Ellen Hutson’s 12 Tags of Christmas – Let’s Sing Carols + Video!

We are still singing Carols for the Ellen Hutson 12 Tags of Christmas…  and can you tell what I’m singing?

I used the Penny Black Snowflake Tag to create a ‘shaped’ glittery tag.

Lostinpaper - Ellen Hutson 12 Tags - Snowflake Tag Penny Black (video) 1 copy

And some alcohol inks on Yupo to make my multicoloured snowflake and you can watch the process in the video below.

Lostinpaper - Ellen Hutson 12 Tags - Snowflake Tag Penny Black (video) 1 copy

I also added some two tone sentiments from the Mountain Holiday and the Small Sayings Stamp Set.

Lostinpaper - Ellen Hutson 12 Tags - Snowflake Tag Penny Black (video) 1 copy

You can see my video here or Watch it in HD at YouTube.

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I hope you are inspired to get started on some Christmas Tags, head to the  Ellen Hutson Blog where you can find 12 days of inspiration!  You can find details about the Prizes and Challenge link up HERE.

See you here real soon, Hugs

Therese signature 2

Other Supplies:  White Twine.

Solar White 110
Solar White 110
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Neenah 80lb
Neenah 80lb
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Yupo
Yupo
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Foam
Foam
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Snowflake Tag
Snowflake Tag
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Mountain Holiday
Mountain Holiday
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Small Sayings
Small Sayings
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Fiesta Blue
Fiesta Blue
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Grape Crush
Grape Crush
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Turquoise
Turquoise
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Flamingo
Flamingo
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Snow Cap
Snow Cap
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Alcohol Blending Solution
Alcohol Blending Solution
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Craft Sheet
Craft Sheet
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Prisma Glitter
Prisma Glitter
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Craft Knife
Craft Knife
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Spring Scissors
Spring Scissors
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Scissors
Scissors
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Gemini Junior
Gemini Junior
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Bone Folder
Bone Folder
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Stamp Blocks
Stamp Blocks
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MISTI
MISTI
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Mini MISTI
Mini MISTI
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Precision Tip
Precision Tip
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Multi Medium Matte
Multi Medium Matte
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Connect Glue
Connect Glue
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Nuvo Crystal Glaze
Nuvo Crystal Glaze
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Thin Foam Squares
Thin Foam Squares
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Stick It
Stick It
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36 thoughts on “Ellen Hutson’s 12 Tags of Christmas – Let’s Sing Carols + Video!

  1. Love your tags Therese. Might keep this in mind for next year. I have everything done for this year’s gifts. I’m off to watch your video now.

  2. Very pretty tag! I love the colors and the glittery background. You are so brave to use glitter! I love the look, but I am so hesitant to use it because it makes it’s way throughout my entire house. Your beautiful tag is well worth the risk, though!

  3. Therese, I wasn’t very sure I liked the colours on the Yupo Paper. I didn’t think it was you. BUT “Voila!”. Fancy me doubting you, the outcome was a fabulous Snowflake Tag. Thank you for sharing. … Glenis (NSW)

  4. So sparkly and elegant snowflake tag, love the glitter background and the soft and pretty purples of the snowflake. I would not have guessed these purples came from the pink and turquoise alcohol inks! Thanks for another awesome video tutorial.

  5. Oh Therese, you make me want to pull out the alcohol inks! The glitter – not so much! You are right, it’s not for the faint of heart, but it sure looks beautiful!

  6. I saw the ❄ snowflake at the start of the video and could not figure out when you started with the alcohol how you did it but you make it work! I enjoyed the video but I need to watch it with the volume on–I was volunteering at my son’s elementary school when I saw it (I was at the copier for three house making packets for third graders on the moon, sun, and other nature studies) so next pass needs to be volume on to hear your sweet voice!
    This is a beautiful snow❄flake! Really love it, you might say it is SNOW-lovely!!!!

  7. Hi there Therese: I’ve been a bit busy and that’s the reason for this late comment.
    I love your snowflake and the background you created for it, but what I love most is the beautiful shimmer from the glitter, I think it’s just so lovely.
    I know glitter can be a bit…shall we say….unruly? but it also looks amazing so I think it’s worth it.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Hugs.

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