Thursday, November 1, 2018

25 Days of Christmas Tags: Day 1!

Woo Hooo! Today is the official launch of the 8th edition of  Tracey McNeely's 25 Days of Christmas Tags event! 
I'm thrilled to be part of this year's Design Team...
That's me in the first photo, along with three VERY talented paper crafters - Kim Heggins, Lindsey M-p and Joyce Mehrberg, and, of course, our sweet Tracey. We'll be commenting on your fabulous tags in the gallery, as well as designing tags of our own, as inspiration.

Also joining us are these two lovely gals...for the 'social media' side of things:

Tracey has done an outstanding job once again in finding generous sponsors to offer prizes! Check out the lineup:



Day 1 sees us playing along with some of the design team from Simon Says Stamp, today's sponsor

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My tag features the pretty snowflakes from Swell Christmas, paired with the Merry Christmas script die cut. Simple to create...and sparkly in real life. The Simon Says Gold embossing powder is ohmystars amazing!


You can find oodles of inspiration on today's event post. Details about how you can participate and be eligible for today's prize and others offered throughout the event can be found HERE.

The 2018 25 Days of Christmas Tags Main Post and Linkup


Thank you for dropping by!


28 comments:

Jeanne said...

Congratulations, Carol! Your first offering looks fantastic in Kraft, red and gold. Wow!

Teresa Doyle said...

Oh Carol, your tag hits all of the right bells for ME! I LOVE kraft/white together, beautiful delicate snowflakes and tags! Yours is perfect!

Isabel Z said...

I LOVE what you created

Joyce said...

Your first tag is gorgeous, Carol. I am so happy and lucky to be creating alongside you for this challenge.

Kim Heggins said...

LOVE your sweet tags....looks wonderful on the kraft!!!

Arianna Barbara said...

Congrats Carol!!! This an amazing DT!!!
Adorable tag!!!

Bunny said...

I love the simplicity of this tag. Very pretty, too. [Bunny]

Bobby said...

Red and kraft with a sprinkle of snowflakes. Be still my heart.

TrainWithMeghan said...

I love that font and a kraft paper tag looks great!

Lindsey said...

The kraft background is gorgeous for this beautiful tag! Love the multicolour snowflakes and the bold red sentiment. So glad we're tag bffs!

Trina P. said...

Beautiful tag... live the bright red sentiment against the Kraft.
Congrats on another design team! 😉xx

Karen Letchworth said...

Fabulous inspiration from your awesome tag. Thanks for sharing.
Karen

~amy~ said...

Yes to Kraft + Red. Awesome tag Carol!

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous tag Carol :-) I love the red and kraft together, so pretty

hope you have a great weekend! :-)
luv
Lols x x x

Michele K. Henderson said...

I love your pretty combination of red and kraft! It always shouts CHRISTMAS!

Dana M said...

Beautiful and wonderfully festive tag!

Mary Holshouser said...

Clean and simple and so pretty.
thanks for sharing
txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

Leanne said...

Fab tag! Looks great with gold, red & green on Kraft

Anita in France said...

So pretty, Carol ... and such a fabulous, festive colour combo ... I see shimmer from here! Hugs, Anita :)

Nox said...

Love the beautiful red sentiment on the Kraft tag - lovely!

Yahaira Lizeth Valdivia Zegarra said...

Very fantastic first tag!

Nelya said...

Simple and pretty. I like the bold red.

Greta said...

Love the color combo--festive & beautiful, Carol!

Nandini said...

This is a lovely tag. Love the multicoloured snowflakes and the curvy sentiment.

Cathy Lillie said...

Simple and sweet tag! Love the scripty sentiment and the traditional Christmas colors on kraft.

Tracey McNeely said...

Using that die form the focal on your tag is a brilliant, I love it!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

That’s a lovely tag. I love this script die cut. Love, Marjorie
[margessw(at)icloud(dot)com]

Bobby said...

The red, green and gold on kraft looks so festive with the large die cut sentiment. I forgot you were on the DT so of course you have 25 tags for me to see. Pardon me if I don't comment on each one separately.