I haven't managed to play with the Waltzingmouse Sketch Challenge for awhile, because it's always Friday before I even realize we've passed Tuesday.
But this week's sketch was a tag. How can I resist? I am kind of addicted to making tags lately. They're so fun to pile things on to.
So I found some cute little orange buckets in the dollar bin at Target a few months ago, and decided that I would use them to make little goodies for my 3 favourite wee ones... 2 of my own, and my adopted nephew - my favourite friend's baby.
I found some black tags that I bought at IKEA about 8 years ago - before I was ever addicted to paper crafting - and knew they'd be perfect. I also covered my stamped image in coarse white glitter to give it a vintage appeal. I love this effect.
I still have to add some twine through the hole at the top, but I wanted to get them photographed and post them, before it's time to put the kids to bed.
See the adorable little bat pin? Totally baby-friendly, right?
Paper: Tags, IKEA; Cream from stash
Stamps: Waltzingmouse Halloween Party
Ink: Papertrey Ink Terra Cotta; Colourbox Chalk in Chestnut; VersaFine Onyx
Other: PTI Mat Stack 4 die, terra cotta vintage button; bat pin from Making Memories; Martha Stewart Coarse White Glitter