As you read this i shall be on route to a Stampin’ Up! training event, the wonders of technology and schedule post hey!!
As Ive told you in the past when us demonstrators meet we love to swap ideas with each other, this times theme is the up and coming ‘Sale-a-bration’ promotion – heres my swap (excludes bottle hehe)
The cute tag fits a small bottle of wine..
I thought id provide these instuctions for anyone interested in recreating the tags, there straight forward – they kinda needed to be with 40 to make!!!!
Cut base card at 14.8cm x 6cm score at 6cm
cut layer at 14.3cm x 5.5cm score at 5.5cm
as you can see from the pic above i punched my sentiment back ground layer and the scallop circle from my base, i did this to save on card – id advise you do these out of off cuts of card.
now your ready to stamp up the layer, i’ve used the Bloomin’ Marvelous Sale-a-bration stamp set – which is available for FREE with a £45 order from 22nd January.
punching the scallop circle for the neck of the bottle – from spare card stock punch a 1-1/4” circle, then punch the scallop circle 1-3/4” hoovering over circle centrally. you should end up with something like the pic below.. if ive made my instructions clear
now your ready to stick your stamped layer to your base card, make sure you line up your score lines.
Stamp out your sentiment – punch out with the small oval punch,
Glue scallop oval onto bottle tag.. at bottom ensuring short score line at top.
add sentiment – i used dimensional sticky pads…
Now punch out on small section circle using 1-1/4” circle punch – mark centre of top if easier to line up punch
now stick scallop circle on,
I cut out 40!! of these little flowers to finish off my tag… i embossed it to give it dimension… as below – then glued to edge of sentiment .
heres – my finished bottle tag… hope you enjoyed to days tutorial…
Interested in Sale-a-Bration 2013 email me today or call me on 01842 828643 to arrange for me to send you a copy of the leaflet for FREE.
Thank you for coming bye today, please dont hestitate to contact me if you have any questions, I’m always very happy to help.