Sep 18 2010

Christmas tag swap

Published by at 11:45 pm under Christmas,Christmas tag,holiday mini catalogue,swaps

This year I participated once again in my dear friend Chrystal's Holiday tag swap!  I wanted to use a color combo that would stand out.  I think I succeeded, wouldn't you say?  When you come in my home, you can see these colors everywhere.  Except for my stamping studio which is a light blue, my favorite color.  I would love for you to share with me, what is your favorite color combo?  Paula thanks for giving me a hand with those!  Paula came to borrow some ink and after finishing her project she helped me with my swap.  It was easy to design the first one but the second one, oh my!  Sometimes I can add layers like you couldn't believe.  It was becoming a little too silly!  We loved these so much that we created each one for ourselves!

These are prettier in person, I get to swap with 10 other demonstrators + 1 extra for Chrystal!  I have to confess, my mother in law decided to have a little retreat with all her granddaughters, so my girls have been gone all afternoon, for the night and part of tomorrow, I had to do some stamping.  It was so fun!  I was suppose to do major cleaning in my stamp room but I had so much fun creating different projects instead.  How do I get so messy?

Here is a close up for you.  I hope you enjoy my Christmas tags! Even if it's September, it's never to early to start your Christmas cards and tags.

I finally learned how to post with my MAC, thank you Jo-Ann for your precious time the other night.  I couldn't figure how to paste my watermark.  And I love having it there especially when my kids picture is on a page.  Good bye PC!

Had a lovely dinner tonight with my husband and some friends, now I just can't sleep so I decided to post and maybe it will make me sleepy!

Products used for these tags:

Stamp set:  Fireside Christmas #120827(w) #121136(c), Peaceful Season #120819(w) #121124(c) if you want this hostess set it's available in french Paix sur la terre #121719 (w) #121754(c), Christmas Collage #121279, And one of my favorite:  Welcome Christmas #118736(W) #120597(C, it's also available in french: Vive noel #120717(c) #120369(w)

(welcome christmas set)

Cardstock:  Crumb cake #120953, Cherry Cobbler #119685

Classic Ink:  Early Espresso #119670, Cherry Cobbler #119669

Accessories:  Early Espresso 1 1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon #119961, Early Espresso 1/8" tafetta ribbon #119959, linen thread #104199, Deck the Halls big designer buttons #121002

Big shot items:  Big shot die cut machine #113439, Top note die #113463, NEW! Scallop Squares duo #120903

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5 Responses to “Christmas tag swap”

  1. Cindy Majoron 19 Sep 2010 at 11:59 am

    Wow, Kim, those tags are amazing!!! You are making me want this stamp set even more. I would be so excited if I was doing a tag swap and I received this one! Very nicely done!!! 😀

  2. Kimon 19 Sep 2010 at 10:54 pm

    thanks Cindy, can't wait to see you again, it's been so long, maybe leadership!

  3. Janon 25 Sep 2010 at 7:55 pm

    I have a Kim Assaly original!  I just got home from the Hamilton Regionals and was going through my swaps and was looking at a beautiful card using the Welcome Home set – turned it over and was so excited to see who I had swapped with – one of my Blog Heros!  Thank you Kim for this card and for all your inspiration on your blog.

  4. Janon 25 Sep 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Correcting my previous post – Welcome Christmas set.

  5. Sueon 01 Oct 2011 at 11:56 pm

    I love your choice of color combo; last yr. I made tags similiar to these & they were a huge hit; thanks for sharing your tags!

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