Saturday, November 10, 2018

25 Days of Christmas Tags ~ Day 10

Hello,

Welcome to Day 10 - already! - of Tracey's 25 Days of Christmas Tags!  
Our guest and oh-so-generous sponsor is Studio Katia, located right here in my home province of Alberta! 



Katia shared a lovely array of products, three of which I'm sharing here: Holiday Village stamps and die sets and the pretty Bookmark die (I will be using this gem to make an assortment of bookmarks for my niece and nephew's classmates as the school year unfolds...). My village is celebrating festivities in 'traditional' style...even the wee snowman (a darling touch!) sports a red top hat!


One more...a 'modern' twist, because we might not always have time to colour. Yes, lots of houses huddled together; 'tis a close-knit, cozy community! *grin*


Our generous sponsors


Drop in at Tracey's blog to see AMAZING, inspiration from the SK and 25 Days team HERE.

Details about how you can play along - and win prizes! - are HERE

Looking forward to seeing your tags in the gallery!

The 2018 25 Days of Christmas Tags Main Post and Linkup
November 10 2018: Studio Katia


Thank you for dropping by!


20 comments:

Nox said...

That is a great die! I love the hole detail at the top. Both iterations of your tag are great - very modern look with the second one.

Isabel Z said...

Absolutely delightful.

Happy Dance said...

I've been sneaking peeks at your tags, but have been running my tail off and have had zero time to comment this past week. Ugh! But...The past tags have been adorable, and these today are soooo sweet! Love the little houses with snow on their roof tops, and that little snowman is about the teeniest and cutest fella ever. Great sky background, too. Love the second tag with the sparkles and the subtle pops of colored snow. Very clever. Looks like an evening shot! And yes, we do need to chat. I'll message you in a while. xoxo Bev

TrainWithMeghan said...

Such a darling little scene!

Karen Letchworth said...

I've fallen in love with this sweet tag and it's unusual unique shape. You've inspired me with your sweet little scene. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful talents to inspire us.
Blessings,
Karen Letchworth

Lindsey said...

These are terrific! I love the snowy scene of the first, and the double ribbon that matches the festive houses. Then there's the second tag... brilliant to leave the houses uncoloured so they really pop against the backdrop. Well done!

Claire said...

Well your tags are so charming, the little scenes are so sweet. Love the card, the blended sky and the deers cut in white with that pop of red for the cardinal gives such a striking card, very classy too x

Kim Heggins said...

too darn cute and so much fun! Love all your beautifully colored houses, so fun and very festive. I want to live on your street too, so fun!

Shelly said...

Oh, these are wonderful! So cute!

Mary Holshouser said...

the houses are the perfect size
for a tag. Love the line-drawn
houses on the last tag.
fun idea. thanks for sharing
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Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Just wonderful project!

Teresa Doyle said...

Super cute tags Carol, both the one coloured and your 'close-knit' community. LOL I think that one is adorable too! Well done!

Anita in France said...

Coloured or not, Carol, these little villages are adorable ... who wouldn't want to live in this sweet neighbourhood (complete with crafty friends)! BTW, I couldn't get here from Feedly ... maybe the link is a bit squiffy? Hugs, Anita :)

Joyce said...

Both are wonderful. Your second one really inspires me, since you showed me how cute everything can be even if it is not colored.

Dana M said...

Fabulous tags! So fun and creative to leave one in black and white.

Arianna Barbara said...

Adorable!!!

Cathy Lillie said...

Adorable Christmas village! Really cute tags - one whimsical and one a little more modern. Thanks for the ideas!

Greta said...

Love that bookmark die & your coloring is really awesome, Carol!

Tracey McNeely said...

Both the coloured and not coloured images are fabulous. Thank you for showing that you don't have to colour! Beautiful!

Bobby said...

Those little houses are cute whether colored or not, Carol.