Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I am SO smitten!

Okay, I admit it.
I'm a junkie.
A cutting, pasting, coloring, waste time in my girl cave, papercrafting junkie!
I also admit that I am completely smitten with these Prima Julie Nutting Mixed Media Doll Stamps.
So is my partner in crime, Shirley.  So....when we saw that a LSS about an hour away was having a 'make three tags' day, we raced up the highway to take part, and look at what we did!!!




As this was a workshop, all supplies were included, so if the embellies don't look quite like what I'd have chosen, that explains why!

These images are about 7-8" tall, and the tags are almost 9 x 4 inches.  Just imagine a scrapbook page for a loved one, or just sending a tag in the mail to someone special - they fit perfectly in a business size envelope!

I just happen to know that ScrapTownLady has eight or ten of these lovely ladies, and of course, the matching tags, for sale in her store, if you become smitten as well!

Hope you are having a great week - thanks for letting me show off these pretty ladies!  Aren't they just OODLES of fun?  For real, how can you not just love them???

Hugs & blessings,
Patti J.

17 comments:

Danni said...

These are just so wonderful!!! Fabulous job!

Elizabeth Hart said...

These are adorable - I was laughing picturing you and Shirley racing up the highway - sounds exactly what my partner in crime, Alexa,and I would do.

Marcia Dehn-Nix said...

Love these Patti!! Makes me want to stamp (and I rarely do that!).

Glittered Paws said...

What a fun class - could have been a bit cooler in the room but...enjoyed the fun day.

Beth Norman said...

Lovely tags. How fun to take a class and use embellishments that one wouldn't normally use. I love those girls.

KellyRae said...

These gals are just adorable. I love diva images (girls and dresses) - stamps and dies and cartridges. I didn't know about this line and I LOVE them! Thanks for sharing your sweet sweet tags.

Chris Boldovici said...

Patti, these are so cool, love all 3 but I think the red one, last one is my fave. TFS....

Chris B

Olga said...

wow, girl these are just gorgeous!!!!

SuzanneK said...

These are fabulous, love 'em. I love these stamps too and have been meaning to buy some, still haven't yet LOL. No time for crafting since starting my new job though. Hugs

Jackie said...

I also took this class yesterday at The Stamp Pad in Kimmswick, MO. Judi Flowers is a very knowledgable and talented teacher and worth the drive to take classes. Leanna, the owner of The Stamp Pad, stocks all the stamps along with the tags to make these cute projects. Your tags look great, hope to see you at The Stamp Pad soon!

Jackie said...

I also took this fun class yesterday at The Stamp Pad in Kimmswick, MO. Judi Flowers is a knowledgeable and talented teacher. Leanna, the shop owner, carries all the doll stamps along with the tags and embellishments. Your tags look great, hope to see you at Stamp Pad soon!

Donna said...

Adorable, I can't believe yours and Shirley's look so different! What a fun day. You girls make me want to retire so I can stamp more :-)

Bonnie Weiss said...

So refreshing to see a new technique/product. Must have been fun to create these in a class too. Nice job.

Glenda Atkins said...

Love the tags and the wonderful women images. Too cool!
hugs
Glenda

Vicki Parson said...

Patti, these tags are really adorable hun!! Love the coloring and cutting and papers!! Too cute! :)

Lynne in NI said...

Yip they're absolutely gorgeous and well worth a race up the highway!! Though I have issues with the magnolia images having no mouths so I think I'd have a total freak attack with no face at all LOL!

Monika/Buzsy said...

I can see why! These are darling Patti. Such pretty colors and embellishments.