Fall Tags for the Candy Hearts Blog Hop

Candy Hearts Blog Hop - 2020-2022 in colorsWelcome to the Candy Hearts Blog Hop for October! Today we are sharing Thanksgiving-themed projects. After reading my post, I hope you will hop to the next person on the list below. Be sure to hop around to see ALL the great projects the Candy Hearts have created for you!

Simple Fall Tags

I’ve been mailing out a lot of gifts and rewards over the past week – and each item mailed included a simple tag that I’m excited to share with you today. Since some of the tags were for customers and some were for high-achieving team members, I designed one tag with multiple sentiments. Here are the tags:

Massive Thanks, Gather Together, Stampin Up!, Brian King Fancy Phrases, Gather Together, Stampin Up!, Brian King

Tips, Tricks and Reminders

  • Sentiments. With all the fun, fall-like elements on these tags, the sentiment remain the focal point of each tag. The first tag is stamped with “thank you” from Massive Thanks, a wonderful stamp set in Stampin’ Up!’s 2020 Annual Catalog. Here’s a look at the wonderful variety of sentiments in this stamp set: Massive Thanks, Stampin Up! 152578The second tag is stamped with “a little something just for you” from Fancy Phrases, another great stamp set in the 2020 Annual Catalog. Here’s a look at this stamp set: Fancy Phrases, Stampin Up! 152530
  • Common Elements. With my Stamparatus, it was easy for me to make multiples of these leaves and sentiments so I could quickly make all the tags I needed for these mail-outs. When I make multiples of a card or tag, I like to take a picture of them lined up next to each other. Here’s an “infinity shot” of many of these tags, lined up on my craft desk: Massive Thanks, Fancy Phrases, Gather Together, Stampin Up!, Brian KingThere’s not a big difference between these tags – only the sentiment and shape of the sentiment cutout are different between the two. I’ve included links to all of the products at the base of this post. Here are the elements these tags have in common:
    • The tag base is cropped with the North Pole Wonder Dies.
    • The tag base is cropped from the Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper.
    • The leaf is stamped on Thick Very Vanilla cardstock with Crushed Curry ink and cropped with the Layering Leaves Dies.
    • The sentiment is stamped with Early Espresso ink on Sahara Sand cardstock and cropped with Stitched Shapes Dies.
  • Fall Colors. The Pretty Peacock base of these tags is pulled from the Halloween-themed Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper – such a gorgeous design. Here’s a look at the colors and patterns in this pack of Designer Series Papers: Magic in this Night Designer Series Paper, Stampin Up!, 153517If you like this mix of Sahara Sand, Crushed Curry and Pretty Peacock, I hope you’ll save this for future reference: Stampin Up! Color Inspiration - Sahara Sand, Crushed Curry, Pretty Peacock

Thank you for hopping with the Hearts today – I hope you like my project! Next in our blog hop is Joanne Brown at The Inky Dragon, but I hope you’ll hop around to all the stops. You do not want to miss any of the creativity in this talented group of stampers!

  1. Candy Ford of Stamp Candy
  2. Linda Krueger of The Stamp Coach
  3. Pam Morris of Tap Tap Stamp
  4. Brian King of Stamp with Brian
  5. Joanne Brown of The Inky Dragon

Thanks for stopping by today!

Brian

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Here are the products I used on these fun tags:

Bundles: Gather Together  Stamp Sets: Gather Together, Massive Thanks, Fancy Phrases  Papers: Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper, Thick Very Vanilla, Sahara Sand  Inks: Early Espresso, Crushed Curry  Accessories: North Pole Wonder Dies, Stitched Shapes Dies (circle and oval), Layering Leaves Dies, Stampin’ Dimensionals

 

13 Comments

  1. Incorporating blue for fall . . . love it. Marvelous when shown en masse.

  2. I always love your infinity shots! They are inspiring to me since six is the most of one item I can make before becoming bored. Your sweet tags will be greatly appreciated by all the recipients. You are so generous. Enjoy your day!

  3. Adorable tags!

  4. You are a tagmaker extraordinaire…so cute!

  5. Your tags are so much fun. Who wouldn’t love to get one of these mini masterpieces! And I just love your infinity shots. Xo

  6. DARLING. I don’t have the North Pole Wonder dies and just might get it for the tag dies…..WOW!!!

  7. I have a small collection of your tags Brian and I sure do get inspired from them. I can’t even pick a favorite as they are all so beautiful and creative. I stick magnetic tape on the back of them and put them on the front of my SU paper filing cabinet. I love every one of them. I too have gotten in the habit of doing “infinity” shots when I make multiple cards for holidays. The idea for that came from you – no surprise there right friend? I’m missing Mary – she needs to do a video for us.

  8. Wonderful, Brian!!! I just absolutely love the color combos you choose!!! And your infinity shots are amazing!!!

  9. I always like your infinity shots, and these tags are great. I am always impressed with how you can make a simple tag a piece of art. Really cute!

  10. Ooooh, yeah , I love those tags , love the colors ♥️👏
    Tfs my friend ♥️

  11. These are really lovely, Brian! Thanks for hopping with us!

  12. Really beautiful Brian.

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