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Pumpkin Tag

This was the tag I made for the September 2014 Tag Swap which I mailed to Far North. The challenge part of the Tag Swap was to use distress products and pumpkins which I used both.

I used distress paint, distress stain, distress ink, distress embossing powder,and Tim Holtz stencils and stamps. The pumpkin stamps are some unmounted rubber which I have no idea what company produced.

Thank you for looking.

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howdyheidi   [Sep 16, 2014 at 01:01 PM]
I certainly think you met any quota neccessary for Distress products. Yet it doesn't seem too busy at all. The pumpkins are delightful and I love the bit of burlap and tickets behind. The background is great. TFS!
Craft Nerd   [Sep 16, 2014 at 07:36 PM]
Is there a distress product you didn't use? Laughing Your tag is fabulous. Those pumpkins are super cute and I really like the piece of burlap.
Far North   [Sep 16, 2014 at 10:24 PM]
Sadie made a fabulous fun tag! The colors pop far more in real life. She created wonderful layers and texture...I had to touch each one! And I love how the pumpkin's belly laugh is causing it to pop it's lid!! Many thanks Sadie!
Looser   [Sep 17, 2014 at 12:17 PM]
OMG, Sadie! Your tag is 'such a much' in every wonderful way! I am learning so much from the projects you are sharing with us. I so envy Jan for being able to hold this confection in her hand. You ROCK!
lovepug2   [Sep 18, 2014 at 12:12 PM]
This is a beauty, Sadie!! I absolutely love it. The pumpkins are adorable ! What a fun image. Love all of the distress products you used and the addition of the burlap. Such a pretty fall creation!!!
Conniecrafter   [Sep 20, 2014 at 09:04 AM]
Love the collage feel, those pumpkins just make you happy Smile
SWLady   [Sep 22, 2014 at 05:05 PM]
What a great tag! I just love the texture and layers.

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