12 Tags of Christmas

12 Tags of Christmas Day 10 – ‘Frosty the Snowman’ with Guest Designer Amy Tsuruta

Welcome to Day 10 of the 12 Tags of Christmas!

Today, we’re welcoming back Amy Tsuruta as a guest designer on the blog! Inspired by ‘Frosty the Snowman’, Amy’s here to show us how to add some extra fun and sparkle to our tags with help from two of her favorite sets from our recent winter release!

For more information on the 12 Tags of Christmas Challenge, click HERE.


Frosty the Snowman

Was a jolly happy soul

With a corn cob pipe and a button nose

And two eyes made out of coal!

Happy Holidays and Day 10 of 12 Tags of Christmas! I remember when I was growing up, we loved watching the movie, Frosty the Snowman.  I passed along that tradition to my own children when they were younger.

I knew I wanted to use the snowman image from the Snow Much Fun set as my project’s main focal point.  It has a great old fashioned look about it.  I stamped and colored it with Copic markers.  There is a bit of glitter on the snowman.

I’ve been using Bazzill Card Shoppe – Butter Mints a ton lately.  The stamped image and the tag feature that color.

TIP:

  • If you’ve been following me for a bit you might know that I used stamp packaging for my shaker sleeves.  It is a great way to upcycle if you repackage your stamps in plastic sleeves.
  • I generally gravitate to the flatter shaker embellishments.  The Pretty Pink Posh – Gold Mini Star Confetti – is perfect year round.
  • I’m a big fan of postal friendly projects, but that cloche needed a topper so I used a gold embellishment from my stash.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Greta H December 10, 2022 at 8:41 am

    Love the old fashioned look with these sweet images! Such a darling snowglobe tag, Amy!

  • Reply Denise Bryant December 10, 2022 at 10:19 am

    Sweet tag! Love the cloche with the scene! Adorable snowman image!

  • Reply Bonnie T. December 11, 2022 at 4:26 pm

    What a beautiful tag! I love the shaker bits you added, they really evoke the magic of Frosty the Snowman, and the colors are perfect compliments to the vintage vibe you were going for with that stamp set. Love it!

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