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What do you get when you combine 288 die cuts with 144 pieces of card stock, ribbon, twine and Metallic Thread? Card swaps of course!!!!!



Thank goodness for the Stamparatus - it saved me so much time with my stamping, and I needed that time for those delicate die cuts and tying bows on the tags #whatwasithinking !!! But then I realised, this design is all me - I love detail and layers, and I want to share what I love with others, so this is just perfect.


I used both sides of both plates and also triple stamped the Soft Sky background with the Touches of Texture moving the plate down a notch each time - talk about easy peasy lemon squeezy! I used a magnet to hold the tag in place whist stamping, which meant I could double stamp if I missed inking it all over without and it would line up perfectly, yay - believe me I didn't want to have to cut any more of those delicate die cuts!


After cutting the Whisper White tags I made the cards in batches - I like to do my swaps with the same design, but add the variety of different colour combinations.

used a "template" to help me position the tags and flowers - and guess what the Stampartus helps with this process too!


Here are some completed cards in different colour cominations:

Berry Bliss, Flirty Flamingo, Tranquil Tide


Bermuda Bay, Pool Party, Tranquil Tide

Pumpkin Pie, Daffodil Delight, Tranquil Tide


Melon Mambo, Berry Bliss, Powder Pink


Wisteria Wonder, Powder Pink, Lemon Lime Twist


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  1. These are fabulous...a lot of work but I have to hope that they went fast...great job and thanks for sharing!

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    1. I found 3 in my bag when I got home! They will make great RAK cards :)

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  2. These are beautiful!! What products did you use to make the tags? Thanks

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