Monday, November 18, 2019

Speed Tagging

Here's one of those projects I've had ongoing for a couple of weeks, as it had to be done in stages.  This is the amazing Speed Tagging system created by The Greetery in their October release:
 This is a very efficient way of creating a large volume of tags in a short time (and they're lovely!)  I won't go into too many details, as you'd see it better on The Greetery's blog - but there is a base stamp that you ink up all in one colour and stamp all the tags at once onto a 6x6" piece of cardstock.
 There is another stamp set with the sentiments, and all of the bits and pieces, and when combined with your Misti - it all happens very quickly.
 I used three different colours of Distress Oxide inks (Blueprint Sketch, Evergreen Bough and Mowed Lawn) for the tag bases.  Then used those, plus Candied Apple & Crushed Olive to stamp the accessories. 
 The sentiments are stamped in Versafine Black Onyx, which gives a nice crisp image.
 The only thing left to do is to add bits of twine, and I'm going to give sets of these away as gifts to friends and coworkers!
 So what you see below - I created 8 times!  168 tags in total.  It would've taken me months to create this much individually, and even though I spread it out over a couple of weeks amidst other projects, I would guess that this is only 5 or 6 hours, and they do look pretty spiffy if I do say so myself :o)

1 comment:

Allie said...

Great work! I like how you showcased them :). The colours you chose work really nicely together - I'm especially liking how the blueprint sketch turned out!


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