A little gear change in this post. Still using the Stylish Silhouette range but now starting to incorporate the clear stamp range that accompanies them.
For these lovely little tags I started by creating the background.
This was done by using a ripped post it note to mask of gradually decreasing areas of the tag and brushing ink over the exposed part each time it was moved.
I used the snowfall stamp to add some subtle snow fall at the top and the sentiment stamp to add a message at the bottom.
An itty bitty snowflake was then cut from the laser cut carrier sheet and stuck in place as a focal embellishment.
Quick to make and, if I do say so myself, quite lovely.
Would you agree? Might be a nice alternative to the traditional tag?
If you are now looking for the Stylish Silhouette range of products you should be able to find them (and not just winter ones) over on the Create and Craft TV website.
Many thanks for stopping by – more on the way tomorrow!
8 thoughts on “Stylish Silhouettes 7”
Beautiful tags john, inspired me to do some don’t have silhouettes but will use snowflake die cuts from my stash. so simple so lovely!
Beautiful cards John. I adore the backgrounds!
Sending squidges ~ Cobs. x
Enjoyed the shows John. Anne x
The stamps that match this range are amazing, great sentiments and shapes. A lovely idea popping the laser cut onto the inking. Excellent as tags or toppers as think (and somehow getting me in the mood to make Christmas cards… That never happens!)
Watching Ideal World (its 11:26pm) to see your show after a sport overdose. Super glad you’re on with Dennice, she’s one of my favourites and I’m always entertained when she is doing the crafty shows, what a duo to finish the day with!
Hugs and have fun tomorrow,
Love these John. Thank you for sharing.
Very nice, smart. Ok, I give in, I will get some. Lol. Anne x
They look ace John. xx
Oh I like those gradient backgrounds!