Sunday, October 4, 2015

Caseing the Catty Tags

We are now blog hopping at Caseing the Catty.   So hop with us from one design team member to the next. I hope you can join us in the hop and enjoy all the beautiful creations that we case (copied and steal everything) from the Holiday Mini.   This week we are challenge everyone to case a gift tag.

I was inspired by two of the tags on page 34 of the mini.   I love the star on the gift package and the I love the simple strip of card stock on the tag next to it.    So with the combination of the two of the ideas here is another wine tag I created.     I find that gift tags don't always get used but I can always find a way to add a little pizzazz to a wine bottle to bring to a holiday festivity.  
If you have been following the hop, you just came from Rachel Palmieri and the next stop in the hop is Emma Palonek.

Ingredients to make the card:
Stamp Sets:    Holly Jolly Greetings
Ink   Basic Black, Gold
Paper:   Whisper White, Gold Foil, Vellum
Accessories:   Gold Metallic Baker's Twine, Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper
Tools:    Circle Framelits, Confetti Star Punch, 1 3/8" Circle Punch, Christmas Greetings Thinlits, Woodland Textured Embossing Folder

7 comments:

thepapercaper said...

Great minds think alike Stasia! In fact my first attempt was a tag combining the very 2 tags you've CASEd as well but I didn't like my version. Yours is fab though!

Emma Palonek said...

Your tag is just simply elegant Stasia and I love your take on the CASE. The neutral colours are subtle yet so elegant. I think I may just have to CASE your CASE!

Rachel Palmieri said...

Such a tasteful bottle tag, Stasia, very stylish.

Rebecca said...

Love your wine tag!! That embossing folder looks amazing.

Lillybet said...

love love love it. I agree a bottle tag is a Christmas essentials, very stylish Stasia

Julia said...

I think using the embossing folder on the tag is a fabulous idea! Very beautiful colours too!

Kathryn Mangelsdorf said...

stunning was the word that came to mind straight away, I made my very first wine bottle gift tag yesterday after getting inspiration from you.