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25 Days of Christmas Tags--Sunny Studio

Hello, friends!  Today I get to join a fantastic blog hop hosted by my sweet friend, Tracey McNeely.  Starting November 1, each day will bring tags made by fantastic cardmakers using stamps from each of the companies below.  

*PRIZES*

Be sure to comment on Tracey's blog and follow directions there for a chance to win prizes from each of these sponsors:


Today I have the honor of sharing the tags I made with Sunny Studio stamps and dies.  Their layering sets are so clever and realistic!  They are offering a $25 gift certificate to their shop.


First up is a tag made with the Petite Poinsettias stamps and coordinating dies.  These flowers are small but so detailed--perfectly scaled for a tag.




Next are two tags made with the Christmas Trimmings stamp set and coordinating dies.  Again, the detail on these small layering stamps is amazing!  Those pinecones are so perfect.  I also used the "for" and "you" stamps from the Fruit Cocktail stamp set.






Please join us today and every day for the next 25 days for more tag inspiration.  Be sure to comment on Tracey's blog for a chance to win prizes from each of these companies! 

Happy Christmas tag-making!

Cheryl
@cherylcards





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  1. very classical and gorgeous CAS tags! Love the white space with the beautiful stamped details!!

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  2. Wow..I so need this Petite Poinsettia set! These are drop dead gorgeous!

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  3. WOW! The pine cone tag stole my heart! I just took a look at the Christmas Trimmings set and it's now on my wishlist! I fear this hop is going to make my list extra long!!!!

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  4. These turned out so gorgeous! I really love them!

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  5. FABULOUS tags, Cheryl. You've definitely inspired me. Thanks for sharing in the 25 Days of Christmas Tags. I can't wait to create more tags and enter the fun.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth

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  6. Cheryl your trio of tags are all so beautiful! You used one of my favourite ribbons of all time on your last tag, that red chevron. It looks great against the shadow stamped holly leaves! Thank you so much for joining me today. Miss you so much my friend! xo

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    1. Thanks so much, Tracey! So fun to be involved with this great hop!

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  7. Beautiful set of tags! Love the poinsettias and greenery!

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  8. Beautiful traditional Christmas images...classic.

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  9. These tags are so elegant. I am in absolute awe of them. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  10. Three of the sweetest little tags... love them Cheryl... so I've created my own versions, thanks for the inspiration, hugs Robyn

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  11. Lovely tags. The pine cone and needles reminds me of an old fashioned Christmas. I really like those. [Bunny]

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  12. Really lovely tags, thanks for the inspiration!

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  13. Classic tags and great for those adult gifts! Love 'em...

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  14. Great tags!! I love the one with the pinecones!!

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  15. Wow! Your tags are so beautiful and I love the ribbons! The pinecones tag is my favorite!

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  16. I really like these- elegant enough to give someone I want to impress, haha!

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  17. Nice combination and grouping. I like the ribbon used on the last tag.

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  19. Love the deep colors on these tags they all turned out beautiful

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  20. Wonderful tags. I was inspired by yours and made a trio of tags too.

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