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Gorguss Girl Pocket Tags


Hi all,
I am sharing some Pocket Tags I made for a recent swap. I decided to use the Simple and Clean style, as well as some adorable stamped images from Santoro London's Gorguss Girl Collection.
I simply loved how they turned out, and hope that you also enjoy them!
First, I used my Cricut Explore Air 2 to cut out scalloped edge tag pockets. This image cut out with a small window, but I decided that a matching scalloped tag would be the perfect addition as a backdrop to the required embellishments and sentiments.
Here is my 1st pocket:
I stamped and colored the Gorguss girl, and added a banner, heart, butterfly and bow dies from Brenda Walton's collection for Sizzix. I am loving this set, and thing it's absolutely adorable!

On the inside tag,I used a Sizzix embossing folder to add texture to the backdrop of the Postage Stamp shaped tag. To finish it, I also added the bicycle embellished with pearls, and topped it with a tiny heart tag and twine.  

I followed the same design with my second tag, which I also embellished with a second, smaller tag created with my Cricut. This time I embellished it with a Tim Holtz heart shape cut in silver card, as well as a gem, an acrylic red flower, a silk red flower, and another Gorguss girl. The sentiment, from Heidi Swapp, reads Cherish Each Day, and the inside of the pocket is finished with my Swiss dot embossing folder.

Following are some videos that display these makes, as well as the entries of the swap and other details. Be inspired, Be blessed! -Raquel



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