Thursday, December 9, 2010

Quick and Easy Imagine Tags


For this week's project for Creative Critterz Imaginations, I have a couple of quick and easy tags that you can make on your Imagine in no time at all. These two tags were cut at 4" from the Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes, and More cartridge. I flood filled each tag with a pattern from the Imagine Snow Angel cartridge. I then chose the solid colors that come with that cartridge to flood fill the shadow and the scalloped circle (cut at 2.2") that is one of the Imagine stock images.

The cute circular pictures are actually from ornament cuts from Snow Angel. To make these, I selected "layers" when I chose my ornaments, but then deleted each layer except for the circles, which I cut at 1.8" true size. I inked everything up and then used pop dots on the scalloped circles. Both sentiments are from My Pink Stamper stamp sets. I stamped the one on the right on a ticket, as it was hard to get it to show up on the busy pattern. The ticket is the only paper on the tags that is not printed on the Imagine.

Recipe:

White Bazzill Cardstock for Imagine Cuts
Papertrey Ink Spring Rain Cardstock and Just the Ticket Die
My Pink Stamper Winter Punnies and Christmas Wishes Stamp Sets
ColorBox Cat's Eye Chalk Ink
Papertrey Ink Enchanted Evening and New Leaf Ink
We R Memory Keepers Large Eyelets
Michael's Ribbon

Be sure to stop by Creative Critterz Imaginations to see more great Christmas ideas that are being posted daily!

4 comments:

Mari AKA Momo said...

These turned out absolutely ADORABLE!!!! I love everything about them!!!! XOXO Momo

Peggy said...

So cute!!!!! Love these tags. I need to see if I could get Snow Angel to use in my Imagine. Have a great day. What a nice blog hop.
red467@juno.com

Zeni Pradel said...

Love the tags! I'm getting my imagine and it comes with these cartridges. Can't wait to play! thanks for sharing! I am a follower.

Zeni
www.scrappyzeni.blogspot.com

post_it_gal said...

Hi - I'm new to your blog - I just subscribed. I love these tags! Your work is very pretty. :)

You can visit my crafty blog, too, at
elisabethstudios.blogspot.com