25 Tag’s Of Christmas | Studio Katia

Hey lovelies, I am back today with another 25 Tag’s post, but this time with Studio Katia. 

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I have taken part in this for the last couple of years and it is always lots of fun, and the companies that take part are always so generous. Make sure you check out Tracey’s blog for all the info here.

For my tag today I went with a slightly different style for me, I dug out my Missiongold watercolours and honestly just had fun, I created a really different background and honestly I change my mind about this tag every time I look at it.

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I used the beautiful Poinsettia Trimmings Stamp set, this is my first time using this set and it really is very beautiful.

I couldn’t resist adding some of Katia’s gorgeous crystals, this is the July Mix and it is truly stunning.

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Thank you so much for stopping by today, make sure you check out the Studio Katia blog for tons more inspiration from my gorgeous teamies.

Happy Crafting.

13 thoughts on “25 Tag’s Of Christmas | Studio Katia

  1. Your Christmas tag is gorgeous, Tracy! The watercolored background is stunning and goes beautifully with the poinsettias. I love the ruby red gems too.

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  2. Tracy this tag is gorgeous!! I love the Poinsettia Trimmings Stamp set and now I can’t wait to get it to try a tag and/or card like this. Thank you for the inspiration! (mardy14@bellsouth.net)

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  3. Your watercolor background is AWESOME, Tracy! I love the poinsettia against that purpley background. This is so cool and very inspiring. I need to try that background technique! Thanks so much for sharing your ideas with us.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth
    www/karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com – I have a fun give-away on my blog (including an antique floral frog, etc.) to celebrate the 25 Days of Christmas Tags.

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  4. Gorgeous colours and I love the free-flowing artistic watercolour look of your tag. The shadowing beside the poinsettias actually made me think it was a flap – which would have been awesome too!

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