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Bear Hugs...

I made a fun tag today for the Tag You’re It Challenge.  I am not very good at inspiration challenges so this challenge site is good for me.  Hopefully I will get the hang of them soon!  So this is the image:

I decided to use the colors and the animal idea for my tag.  I dug out my old SU! under the stars stamp set for the bear – I love this bear image – he can be cute or ferocious!   I hope he looks cute on this tag! I stamped him in memento black and then used colored pencils to color him in.  A bit of chalk around and under him gives him a little grounding. 1 (518x640)

The sentiment comes from my rotary alpha stamp.  I am not sure if that is the real name but it is basically like a date stamp that you can change the dates on except with the alphabet.  So I made this sentiment and let it be a bit wonky – like an old manual typewriter.

The tag was die cut using my Reverse Confetti tag me too dies and then a bit of brown hemp was added.  I only have one picture today.  I was having trouble getting a clear picture – so I gave up and went with the best one I had!

Thanks for stopping by today!  Be sure to play along with the Retro Rubber challenge – it’s patriotic – click HERE to get more info or link up your card!

Supplies:  PTI white.  Stamps:  SU! under the stars.  Rotary alpha.  Dies:  RC tag me too.  PTI linen impression plate.  Other:  Brown twine, memento black ink, colored pencils and chalk.


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anja curvers

Such a great and funny tag. Glad you joined us over at Tag You're It.

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