Quick Thank You Tags & Other Quick Projects

Howdy! Here’s some really quick thank you tags I made.

Some of them I put them on bags when I sell something and the person is doing a porch pick up. I add their name to them also. Easy, fun and a special little touch. I think I will just add them when I make them.

Some tags I made for my hubby for gifts going to Wyoming. He kept one.

Supplies: Hero Arts July 2019My Monthly Hero set, Rubber Hedgehog Buffalo stamp, Distress Inks

Supplies: Holiday Seals stamp set by The Stamping Village, Hero Arts Everyday Messages, Hero Arts Happy Holly Days, Copic pens, Gelly Roll Metallic Gold pen, Gelly Roll Glaze pen

Supplies: Hero Arts Happy Holly Days, Hero Arts Everyday Messages

Supplies: Magazine Freebie stamp set Winter Wonderland, Lawn Fawn Thankful Mice stamp set

Supplies: Rubbernecker Stamps Cobblestone Background heat embossed, Cheery Lynn Designs Small Leaves die set

Supplies: Hero Arts My Monthly Hero February 2020 kit, Copic markers. It’s fun to do this really quick things and not worry about having everything just so.

Supplies: Simon Says Stamp Summer Garden, Hero Arts Many Everyday Messages

Supplies: Hero Arts My Monthly Hero October 2019 kit, Hero Arts Thanks Stamp & Cut set. A little messy on the stamping but it just a quick one for the stuff I sell on my porch. I put clear lacquer on the windows.

Tim Holtz Smudging

I used the Tim Holtz smudging technique on this one. Love the technique. In real life this is a little more vibrant than the photo.

Supplies: Oxide Distress Inks, Tim Holtz Mini Classics stamp set, Tim Holtz Dried Flower stamp, Archival Black ink, Hero Arts Thanks A Bunch stamp set

Supplies: Hero Arts Untitled Heart stamp set. Just using my stamps on something other than a card. This was a little goodie bag for my son.

Super quick card… ink smooshed background using Distress Oxide Ink or Distress Ink
Butterfly cut from Metallic Kraft-Stock using the TH Mini Detailed Butterflies die.
I give these to folks when I pick up free things in the neighborhood.

a2z Scrapbooking October Challenge

Unfortunately this is our last challenge but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a good time.  So let’s make this a fun one. I hope you all can join us so we can see your nice holiday creations. I made a Christmas card. Hero Arts Home for the Holidays

To start off my card I stamped all of the images using the Hero Arts Home for the Holidays stamp set. I colored most of them with Copics except 3 of the trees. On the bottom house it is hard to see but I used a Glaze pen for the snowy roof. I also did that for the snowy parts on the top house. I cut them out using the matching dies. This is a fun set and could be used for other things.

I heat embossed the greeting with red embossing powder before gluing things down.

My original thought was just randomly put the images on the card but I don’t think this assortment of images works great for that. And my linear thinking mind took over and they got lined up. What I was trying not to do is make a scene but just images on the card.

Also before gluing things down I stamped most of the snowflakes with Frost Versamark ink. After I glued everything down I stamped a few more snowflakes.

The layered snowflakes by the sentiment are die cuts. I used the Hero Arts Snowflake Confetti die to cut them out. I have a whole bunch more to use for something else. Truth be told they are hiding something I put on the card that I did not like. You know we all figure out little tricks.

There is a nice sale going on over in the a2z Scrapbooking Etsy shop. Check it out!