Thursday, December 28, 2017

Lamb, Pizza and Napkins

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Hello.  Gail here today, just popping by to show you what I did with those sheep
I made some fun bottle hanging tags to help bling up the festive table.
I'd stamped, embossed, coloured and fussy cut Carmen's Veranda Sheep Doll
  and Quilted Wing Angel last week.  If you missed the angel project you can check it out HERE
 I used a pizza box, a sizzix die and a silver embossed napkin to make my tags.  Line the die up so one end is just over the folded pizza box so you get a double tag.  I cut two so I could have a nice strong tag and it also got rid of the spicy nacho picture LOL.  Then I glued my napkin on one side of the tag and fussy cut it.  Make sure you split the layers of your napkin so you are just gluing the top layer onto the tag.  Usually they are two or three layers and it rarely works to try and glue more than one layer at a time LOL. 
I inked the raised texture and edges of the tags with Paris Dusk ink, shaped the 'hanger' and cut a hole for the bottle neck.  I used glitter glue around the hole, blue here, and used my finger to smudge it out to give a starburst effect.  It also dries quicker as well.  I cut Poppystamps Flurry Frame from dark blue glitter card and added it and the sheep to the tag.
Here I added a silver glitter card layer that I cut with Poppystamps House in the Woods die.  The sheep is covering up the house, so now it's sheep in the woods!!
Thanks for looking.  Don't forget our Christmas/Winter challenge is still running.  Just leave your link in the comment section for a chance to win some Lost Coast dollars.  Hugz

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