(How’s that for a catchy post title?)

Whipped up some tags (75% of which were coloured by my DD) for teacher gifts that are going to school today.

Funny how cameras lend a different view of your subject. Because of this fresh perspective, I can now only see a robot face when I look at these tags. Aren’t you glad I mentioned that?

Anyhoo, I used the SUPER SUPER CUTE folk art pattern stamp from Folk Inspired (this stamp is by Lindsay Spencer). The teeny alphabet stamps are from Just Rite.

Thanks for coming to look! And HAPPY FRIDAY!!!


Comments on: "Festive Folk Inspired Friends with Flair" (14)

  1. So CUTE! It’s early and I was looking for the robot face – no robot face sweetie!


  2. This is so pretty!

  3. Such a beautiful and cute idea! LOVE the use of colors! You are too fabu girlie!

  4. This stamp doesn’t get used enough – you rocked it! Love all your cards (and other projectS) 🙂

  5. This is beautiful, Tanis!

  6. i love the idea-you did awesome! loving those colors too!


  7. SO pretty & vibrant!! Just like you 😉

  8. wow stunning what you do with these stamps. Amazing!! Happy Holidays Tanis Xx

  9. Gorgeous tag! Love the colors!

  10. super cute card!

  11. Wow! So pretty! Love the colours!

  12. beautiful color combo! Love this!

  13. nope, i only see a gorgeous, beautifully colored, perfectly stamped and accessorized xmas quilt, making a wonderful & personal tag for a thoughtful gift. ♥

    (and you *KNOW* if there was a robot to be seen…duuuuuuuude…*I* would see it!!!) (& for that matter, you know perfectly well i find a robot or extra-terrestrial monsta to be the perfect finishing touch to ANY holiday greeting!!!) 🙂

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