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Tag-Cards!!


Hello & Happy New Year BRI Fans!!!
Piali here....I am back with some fun Tag-Cards!!!
I love shopping at the Butterfly Reflections Ink Store and Vanessa is super sweet person to work with, so you all will see me few times a month on this blog.
Ok!! now you are thinking what is a Tag-Card??
Its just cards made with gorgeous tags.
Yep! I designed two cards today just with a pack of Ruby Rock It- Handi Scandi tags, they are just gorgeous!!!

First a "Hello" card
Super quick & easy card.
I used some paper from Fancy Pants- True Friend collection for the background.
This collection will great for non traditional colored Valentine cards!!
The gorgeous tag , sentiment and flower diecut are all from Handi Scandi collection.

Next one is a CAS "thank you" card.. 
Again the gorgeous tag and the glittered diecuts are from Handi Scandi collection.
The background paper is from Crate Paper.
Speaking of Crate Paper, did you all see the beautiful KISS KISS collection???
Just hop over to BRI store to check them out!!!
I love this new Crate paper collection.

Hope you all like these tag-cards!!!
Thanks for stopping by...
Happy Crafting!!
Piali


Comments

  1. I really think tags are really cute on cards and layouts. Adorable cards!!

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  2. You sure know how to mix and match some graphic patterns!

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  3. Beautiful cards Piali ..i love the way you have mixed and matched the patterns on your card..Just fabulous !!

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