Generally, I like the way it turned out though I missed the "rub off quite a bit of the embossing powder" step so the whole tag is more white than I'd like- it makes it a bit hard to read "SNOW" in glitter. Oh well. First try, I'm ok with that.
I hand cut the pinecone spiral since I don't have the die- one turned out better than the other but pinecones can look darn scruffy. I almost went and got 2 real pinecones for this- I have a bag FULL of these types that's been sitting around for years waiting for the right use. I decided to stick to paper though. The banner was hand cut too. The pearls, crystal and bells have been in my stash for YEARS (the bells probably go back into the early 90's) and I just put them on headpins and made dangles of them. The ribbon was baby blue and I dirtied it up a bit with the Denim and Walnut inks.
I'll try to get back on here later to document the exact items I used to make it:Ink: Faded Jeans, Walnut: Tim Holtz, Basic Brown: Stampin Up
Paper: Manilla folder, music paper from a song book
Punches: Fern: ?, Holly: ?Embossing folder/dies: Snowflakes?:?, Flourish?:?, Happy Hauntings: Cricut (letters)
Misc: Embossing Powder: Joanns, ?:Stickles, Ribbon: ?, Mini bells, pearls, beads, Glass glitter:?
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