Hi! Today I'm participating in a fun blog hop featuring projects and inspiration from two awesome companies, 3GirlJam and Pinque Peacock! If you are already participating in the hop, then you came here after visiting Jessica. Aren't her creations just lovely?
However, if were unaware, then you'll want start at the beginning, over on the 3GirlJam blog. Why, you ask? Because there are some really nice prizes for those who participate! Be sure to leave comments on all the participating blogs so that you'll be eligible to win. You don't want to miss out on this one! Prizes include a $15.00 gift certificate for the 3GJam blog and a $15.00 gift certificate to Pinque Peacock.
The hop is open for comments until Sunday Dec 9. So if you don't have time to do it THIS SECOND, then you have some time to hop and take in all the creative goodness! All weekend long.
Winners will be announced on Wed Dec 12th. Be sure to check the 3GirlJam blog to see if you won!
The last stop on the hop is the 3GJ Challenge blog. The theme will be Christmas Inspirations- anything goes. If you have anything holiday related, take a moment to link up your project on the blog! There are going to be LOTS of great prizes.
I decided to make a tag. I have seen several making their way on the scene and I thought I would join in the fun. This will probably attach itself to one of the knitting projects I am making for gifts this year.
Ribbon: The wonderful ribbon is my favorite from the Summer Sprinkles ribbon from the Seasons Bundle.
Those wonderful stick pins are new products from Pinque Peacock. These are really awesome handmade items that are unique and individual. You can't find these anywhere else! See an array of available pins HERE.
The awesome little deer is from Unity Stamp Company set, "Mitten Weather Flourishes".
The stamped snowflakes in the background (stamped in silver and white and embossed) and the "Let it Snow" are from another Unity set, "Mitten Weather Icons".
Alot of the other embellishments (vintage buttons, linen thread, chunky glitter) are from Stampin Up! and Sizzix dies of various types. I also used my oh so favorite paint, "Blue Ice", from Creative Inspirations. The tag was painted with watercolor inks and topped with Mod Podge after the embossed snowflakes and white snowflake die cuts were added. For such a pretty little item, you should see the explosion of products that were all over my craft area when I finally completed it.
And now I need to make a few more...but not until I have a chance to visit everyone's blogs! Well, that's it for me. Next up on the hop is OmaGloria's blog. I'm sure she will have something absolutely wonderful.
Have a wonderful day!