Friday, March 20, 2015

Taylored Expressions and Tombow USA Spring Fling Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Taylored Expressions and Tombow USA Spring Fling Blog Hop! You probably came here from Shelly Mercado's Blog, but if you happened to just stumble across my blog, then please go to the Taylored Expressions blog on Friday OR the Tombow USA blog on Saturday to start!


Now, on to my SPRING FLING GIFT TAGS project using Tombow Dual Brush Pen Set, 10 Bright,  Tombow MONO AQUA Liquid Glue, Tombow Clear Power Tabs and Taylored Expressions You've Been Framed - SPRING Die



Die cut two sets of black cardstock with a Sizzix Big Shot using the Taylored Expressions You've Been Framed - SPRING Die.

Pop out the interior sections with a piercing tool.


Place die cut on top of BARC Wood White Birch Sheet with Tombow Dual Brush Pen Set, 10 Bright 

Outline areas to color in with a pencil and layer the colors as you go.

Apply die cut to birch sheet with Tombow MONO AQUA Liquid Glue, let dry.

The die cut outlines the colored image and really makes it finished!

Select coordinating ribbon and attach the finished GIFT TAG to your Easter Baskets/Gift Bags with Tombow Clear Power Tabs and give as gifts!












Enter to Win: Ready to hop into Spring? We've got TWO terrific prizes for TWO lucky winners to help you get started! To enter, leave some love on each of the participating designers' Spring Fling Blog Hop project posts by 11:59 pm PST on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. For each comment, you'll receive an entry to win one of two prize packs from Taylored Expressions and Tombow USA! We'll pick two winners at random. Here's what you can win:


Prize Pack #1: Taylored Expressions For Peep’s Sake Matched Kit, For Peep’s Sake Sequins,  Walking on Sunshine Embossing Folder

Prize Pack #2: Tombow XTREME Adhesive, Adhesive Dots, Dual Brush Set of 6 in Jellybean.

Remember to “LIKE” Tombow USA and Taylored Expressions on Facebook.

Here is the line up in case you get lost!

Friday: 
Taylored Expressions Blog: http://tayloredexpressions.blogspot.com/ 
Shelly Mercado: http://shellypop.com/ 
Beth Watson <
Joan Ervin: http://stampingwithapassion.blogspot.com/ 
Daniella Hayes-: http://www.daniellahayes.blogspot.com/ 
Jeanne Streiff: http://inkypaws.blogs.splitcoaststampers.com/ 
Jennie Garcia: http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/ 
Tombow Blog: http://blog.tombowusa.com/


Saturday:
Tombow USA Blog: http://blog.tombowusa.com/ 
Jennifer Priest:  http://hydrangeahippo.com/
Kendra Wietstock: http://kendrawietstock.blogspot.com/ 
Latrice Murphy:  http://latricemurphydesign.com/ 
Charmaine Ikach: http://oodabugalley.blogspot.com/ 
Marie Browning:  https://mariebrowning.wordpress.com
Courtney Kelley: http://courtneykelley.typepad.com/
Tyalored Expressions Blog: http://tayloredexpressions.blogspot.com/


YOUR NEXT STOP IS Joan Ervin's Blog

Thanks for stopping by!  -Beth

72 comments:

j blanchett said...

Wow...I have never seen this birch sheet idea!! I am going to have to look into it! Thanks for the inspiration!

Bernadette said...

Beautiful, Beth! I love the black contrast. The whole design looks really easy and simple to do with no fuss. Thank you for the inspiration.

Julie Ann said...

Awesome projects and tutorial. Thanks

Julie Ann said...

Awesome ideas . Love the black in it.

Jenny's Heart said...

I love the stained glass look I will have to try it!

Donna Baker said...

will look forward to more info using this technique

Linda Meunier said...

This is so neat and different! I love it!

Liz Lumsden said...

Your tags are eggstra special...lol.

Susan said...

Those tags are fabulous! Love your bright bold colors!

Lynda said...

How bright and cheerful. Love the use of the black for the images,they pop of the background!

Sandee Setliff said...

Very pretty tags!

Gina Furman said...

These tags are beautiful! I especially like the butterflies and the bird inn the tree! Very unique idea!

thescrapbookguru said...

What a fun and creative idea to decorate the gift bags, love the stain glass look!

QuiltShopGal said...

Thanks for the excellent tutorial to make such beautiful gift tags. Total #CreativeGoodness.

Here is to hopping and hoping. :)

QuiltShopGal
www.quiltshopgal.com

Barbara said...

fantastic bags, so pretty.

Linda Petersen said...

I love the butterfly tag. I can think of lots of uses for it

Renee M said...

Very pretty! Thanks for sharing the how-tos. I need to start working on Easter goodies for my guys :)

Jennie Garcia said...

Super cute idea, Beth! Love the colors!
TFS! Take Care!

Natalie said...

Great idea and so pretty!

Bożena Adamusińska said...

Wow, beautiful tags and great inspiration for their execution.
Regards,
Bozena

Mandee Teel said...

Thank you for the great inspiration!

Gramma Dee said...

Very cute tags! Love those little diecuts. So cute by themselves or as stencils.

Diana N. said...

What a great idea for coloring behind the stencils!

Cards By Betty said...

Great techniques learn something on this blog everytime

Jan Knecht said...

Love Taylored Expressions dies and these are so cute.

Michelle Sullivan said...

Cool technique! Love the stained glass look!

Mary Holshouser said...

Love this idea. This will be easier than trying to use the sticky sheets. Now to find birch paper.
The tags are beautiful. The stained glass look is wonderful.

Sue D said...

Very pretty and colorful tags!

D.Ann said...

Neat!! What a FAB stained-glass look!!

Jackie Jones said...

I love Spring and love to make Spring cards.

Gloria said...

Beth- Eggcellent idea!

Darlene Satkewich said...

Love the bright, happy colors on your gift bags!

Janice said...

Those tags are beautiful! Thanks for showing everyone how to.

Liz Davis said...

Interesting idea using birch wood. The tags are beautiful.

Daniella said...

Super Duper awesome project!! Love it!
xxDaniella

craftymom205 said...

Great projects.

craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

Pam Young said...

Adorable bags and tags!! Love the stained glass look!!

Meme said...

Super cute! Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

bonami2b said...

Those are simply cute, love the bright colors.

bonami2b said...

Those are simply cute, love the bright colors.

Nicole said...

Wow!! These are amazing! I've never seen this technique and would love to try it!

Debbie Lou said...

Great tutorial and such fun bright tags!

Danielle H said...

Very cool idea! Thanks for the inspiration!

Carey Nusbaum said...

Thank you for this great prize giveaway! Thanks for the great idea too!

Donna Whitten said...

Beautiful tags! They really dress up a gift bag!

Janis said...

Love the bright and vivid colors!! The birch is new to me.
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Sue D. said...

Your technique for coloring is one I haven't seen before but looks nice and easy. I must give it a try.

Jean said...

Such a clever idea!

Sherry Butcher said...

Wonderful! Love the colors and the the technique. TFS.

SuprFoxDesigns said...

Love your designs! Super pretty and original!

Traci Davis said...

Darling gift bags, thanks for sharing!

Helen Gullett said...

These tags are beautiful. The brush pens give very vibrat spring colors on the butterflies & flowers. Thanks for sharing the steps :)

Robin B. said...

Beautiful tags! I really love the butterfly one, thanks for the inspiration.

ScrappySue said...

Very neat tags! Really adds to the bags!

Pati said...

Cool! Coloring on the birch sheet, great technique and cute stained glass tags.

McStamper said...

Fabulous tags.

Mary-Anne V said...

Love the stain glass look! Beautiful tags.

Jen said...

Love your stained glass gift tags!

DJreflections said...

I am not sure I could figure that out but yours looked great! Made a nice touch to the bags1

Talitha Wright said...

Thanks for the tutorial on the birch sheet technique. Looks great.

Anonymous said...

So pretty!! Love the contrast of the black and bright colors .
Laurie B

LIz McAllister said...

Love this idea for quick coloring!

Denise Bryant said...

Awesome set of dies! I just love these!

Kelly Flaherty said...

This is a great idea - I love how it turned out! And these tags are so beautifully colored and cheerful!

Kay said...

Definitely gives a stained glass effect - this has me thinking of some ideas with this effect.

Dee Earnshaw said...

such fun tags - very creative:)

Chark said...

absolutely beautiful!

S. Dirks said...

Such cute, cheery bags! Great idea!

BeverlyBL said...

Think your bags are so cute and very clever. Thanks for the how to photos.

Amy C. said...

Wow, love these vivid Easter tags!

Linsey R said...

Oh those Spring gift tags have me fluttering with delight!!! I love how you colored them with the Tombow duel brush pens creating that stunning stained glass effect! Superb!!! Thanks for the amazing inspiration!!! :)

Jan & Eric said...

Thank you for the great details on how to create the fun bags