Sunday, December 12, 2010

Congrats Melisa & Andy!

Hi everyone, hope had a great weekend. Here's a tag I designed for a wedding that took place today at a local winery. Angie, one of our school secretaries is the mother of the groom. I previously created these tags for Angie's mom.

You can see the other tags in the background. I created a little over 100 tags for their wedding favor containers. In Stampin' Up colors, Melisa's colors were Elegant Eggplant and Rose Red. She also had a gray/silver color in her wedding decor, so I heat embossed the small silver heart. The shape of the tag is a Silhouette Studio tag design that I modified. (That's what I love most about Silhouette Studio, you can easily modify or delete features from any design.)


I cut the bottom portion of the tag from Whisper White cardstock using the Silhouette cutter. I stamped a portion of the Medallion stamp using Elegant Eggplant ink on white paper and glued it to the Elegant Eggplant tag. I cut a 3/8" strip of textured Rose Red paper and glued it to the middle of the tag. The text was created using Microsoft Word and a font called Marriage Script that I got it here. I cut the half circles using a paper trimmer and a 1.75" circle punch. I then glued the half circles to the tag. The finishing touch was Love heart that was attached using some foam tape.


Thanks for stopping by!

Tag Ingredients (all Stampin' Up except where noted)
Stamps: Medallion, I Heart Hearts
Paper: Elegant Eggplant, Rose Red (Textured), Whisper White
Ink: Elegant Eggplant, Silver Encore Ultimate Metallic Ink (Tsukineko)
Tools: Silhouette cutter, Small Heart punch, Tonic Guillotine cutter
1.75" circle punch
Other: Marriage Script font (free-fonts.com), clear embossing powder, Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue, foam tape (3M), Microsoft Word

5 comments:

Traveling Mama said...

I love these! I hope you are doing well, sweet friend! Hugs from Denmark!

Silvia said...

This tag is so beautiful, Anthonette!
The colors are so elegant.

CeeCee said...

These are pretty awesome, Anthonette! That reminds me that I need to use my Cricut more often.

Ashley Cannon Newell said...

These are awesome, Anthonette! Love how they turned out!

E.T said...

LOVE it!