It’s the last reveal day before tomorrow’s release! It has been so much fun sharing my projects with you all. Betsy has done such a marvelous job putting this release together, and I can’t wait to see what you all create.
Today’s product reveal begins with a Christmas favorite: Tags!
Speed tagging, have you heard of it? This is genius. This is a large square red rubber multi-tag stamp. I used my MISTI to stamp six sheets of white card stock, changing the ink color for each sheet. Next, I added sentiments from the coordinating Speed Tagging Christmas Sentiments stamp set. I put a stamped sheet in my MISTI, lined up sentiments in a few tags, then stamped all six sheets with black ink. I did this process again, lining up sentiments in tags not yet stamped, and stamped with color ink.
Here’s a quick glance at the stamped sheets. Looks like pattern paper, right?? Now it’s time to cut them… and of course Betsy has made this easy for us. How? There’s one die to die-cut all seven tags at once! You just line up the holes on the outside of the die to the dots that are stamped. Too EASY! It took me about 20 minutes to stamp and die-cut 42 tags.
Included in the Speed Tagging Christmas Sentiment Stamp Set are small accessory stamps to dress up your tags with. They all have coordinating dies. I added a variety of images stamped in fun colors to my tags, using glue and thin foam squares to attach them. I finished the tags off with red and white bakers twine. I love all of these colors together!
Speed Tagging Products Used:
- Speed Tagging Christmas Rubber Cling Stamp
- Speed Tagging Die
- Speed Tagging Christmas Sentiments
- Speed Tagging Christmas Details Die Collection
Now let’s talk about candy. The Candy Pops Collection gives you a fun way to give away treats and small gifts. Whatever occasion you want to make these Candy Pops for, these dies and stamps will get the job done.
This is the Candy Pops Circle and Rectangle Die sets. I used the Candy Pops Peppermint Addition Die Collection to add the peppermint stripes to the clear bubble pouches. There is a holly die and berries die also included in the Peppermint Addition. I accessorized the Rectangle Candy Pop with the holly and berries die cuts, and added a stamped and die-cut sentiment from the Sentiment Suite: Christmas stamp set.
Also available in this collection is Tear Away Circle and Tear Away Rectangle dies. These dies are used for the backside of the Candy Pops, die-cutting perforating lines. This gives easy access for the recipient to get to the treat inside.
The Candy Pops Sentiments Stamp Set has eight different sentiments that fit many occasions, and two different styles of “To:” and “From:” The sentiments come in a variety of fonts, which I LOVE! I chose the round Sweet Holiday Wishes sentiment from the set to stamp and white heat-emboss on the Circle Candy Pops.
The Candy Pops Dies can also be used on your cards! I used the Circle Peppermint Addition die to die-cut pink and red card stock. I stacked them together, and attached them to a card front. I trimmed the sides, then used foam adhesive to add the panel to a card base. I added shimmer and Crystal Glaze to the red card stock, and let it dry over night. I added a sentiment from Sentiment Suite: Christmas stamp set with thin foam squares, and added berries and holly to finish the card.
Candy Pops Products Used:
- Candy Pops Circle Die Collection
- Candy Pops Rectangle Die Collection
- Candy Pops Peppermint Addition
- Candy Pops Tear Away Circle
- Candy Pops Tear Away Rectangle
- Candy Pops Sentiments Stamp Set
This ends my part of the reveals for the Let’s Make Memories Holiday Collection. I hope I have helped with ideas and inspiration for this gorgeous release. Be sure to stop by The Greetery’s blog today if you haven’t already. Betsy has put in so much time and love into this collection, and the projects she’s been sharing all week are just breathtaking! All new products will be available tomorrow in The Greetery shop at 10am EST. Thanks so much for stopping by!
There will be a $50 store gift certificate given away each reveal day this week. For a chance to win, leave a comment daily at each blog stop. Winners will be announced tomorrow morning on The Greetery Blog.
Angelica Conrad (You Are Here)