Sunday, September 16, 2012

A few more water bottle tags...

Okay, 15 more... ;)

I finished making the water bottle tags for my upcoming fundraising crop and thought I'd share them here.

For all of the tags, I used PTI products: cardstock, woodgrain impression plate, stamps and dies (wine bottle tag, counting my blessings.)


For these, I used Summer Sunrise cardstock, Delightful Doilies stamps and Counting My Blessings stamps. (These were my least favourite.... I'm thinking it's the summer sunrise backgrounds....)


I used the same stamps on these, but used Kraft cardstock and PTI text paper.


For these, I used Counting My Blessings stamps, Leaf Prints stamps and PTI patterned paper.


For these, I used Aqua Mist cardstock, some Authentique patterned paper for the diecut words and Wonderful Words Additions stamps, as well as Think Big favourites #4, where I cut out the "here" for this week's Make it Monday at Papertrey Ink: Cutting Stamps. 

Here are some close-ups:





And for my last batch... using the same stamps and dies, as well as for this week's Make it Monday at Papertrey Ink: Cutting Stamps.





Well, that's one thing I can check off my to do list for next weekend....

Thanks for looking!

6 comments:

Karen C. said...

Wow, you've been busy, Leigh!! I bet that a whole group of these tags and water bottles create a colourful sight!! My favourites are still the Leaf Prints - they really say 'fall' with the colours and textures. Have a great week.

artful-notions said...

These are amazing! Love the personalization of a simple water bottle. Such a great idea. You are so talented. Ps, love visiting your cheery blog!

carol (krillsister) said...

Great water bottle tags. Love the colors, the woodgrain impression and the way you have the words cut from the dies. Awesome!

Joyce said...

Wow--you are really putting so much effort (and supplies). I know your event will be amazing. I really like how you are using those die cut words.

craftmates said...

Your tags are amazing. Love the word grain texture and the dies you used.-Irma

Deanna Jean said...

These are so great! I love all the different colors and patterns you used.