Happy FRIDAY and last day of November! TGIF challenges is coming at you strong today. #TGIFC188 Recently (at the Orlando OnStage in early November), the TGIF Design Team got together to swap projects. What does is a SWAP? Exactly what is is defined as:
In our case were exchanged hand stamped goodies. Our only criteria was that the project could not be a card (the typical thing we swap at these events). Many of us decided to wait to share our projects until this fun challenge. You must check out the TGIF Challenge blog and see more of these projects! What a talented crew. I’ll make a few little videos later today to share in my instagram stories of the swaps I received in return. @i.heart.stamps on instagram.
My swap project is a little tag bag, created using the scallop tag punch and a 2” x 8.5” sheet of paper. These are super simple to make. Cut the paper to size. Punch both long ends. Add a couple score lines in the middle where you want it to fold and you are done! I needed an inch in the middle to support the gift. I added dry embossing to each bag after they were cut and punched.
Inside the little tag bag is a card holder. A must have for any cardmaker. I use these all the time and thought the crew might like. The stamp set is P.S. You’re the Best. A full list of supplies can be found below.
Can I tell you how much I LOVE THIS TEAM?!!! These gals are so very creative, kind, funny, and the most supportive bunch. I could myself so blessed to be able to know them and create with them.
Melissa Stout (the stamp doc) created us all TGIF Challenges shirts to wear (so many complements Melissa, you are a star). I think we looked pretty fan-freaking-tastic. Here are a few more shots from OnStage with the folks from the team who where able to attend. It was tricky to get a group shot, we sure tried hard.
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