Today, I’m sharing another tag as part of the 12 Tags of Christmas with a Feminine Twist series in the CLASSroom at Ellen Hutson’s. My tag is inspired by Kittie Caracciolo’s. Her work with die cuts is amazing. She’s now a regular contributor in the CLASSroom.
For my tag, I tried to replicate some of the texture and depth of Kittie’s tag. She had more elements on her tag that really added to its overall depth.
I used embossing paste on a stencil to replicate snow, and I cut the birch trees from woodgrain for some texture. Kittie uses a crimper to add texture to her snowbanks; I’ve got a crimper on my list of “tools to buy” as I can totally see its value! When I laid the die cut sled on the tag, it seemed a little blah, so I stamped the die cut with the Versamark, shook on the sticky embossing powder, heated the powder and sprinkled with the Stickles Dry Glitter for a little sparkle.