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PTI Tag & Frame Challenge

Hi!  Wow, it's not late at night and I'm actually done with this PTI challenge.  See HERE for the details.  I had some time to make my tag & frame in between playing Lego and Search & Find and eating lunch and taking a nap.  My 2 year old was so accommodating today!

Here's the tag I came up with.  I'm kind of stuck with this pink/green color combo.  I used Tag Sale 3 die which I really love because of it's size and that little embossed border.  For this project, I actually popped out all the little dots along the border and sewed a pink border with some embroidery floss.

Closer picture.

I have some Fillable Frames but I thought I'd make a frame like how Nichole did in her post with the circle dies.  I used Nesties Labels One dies which match the shape of the stamp in Tiny Treats Valentine to cut my frame.  The sentiment is from All About You.  The You is stamped on vellum. 

The frame is popped up a bit.  Not sure if you can see that clearly.  Added some ribbon, lace, bling, and a flower and I was done!  I'll be ready for the next challenge!  Though I wonder if I should make another Go-To Sentiment card. 

Wouldn't it be nice if we could all win a PTI prize?  Just a lucky few, I suppose.  Thanks for reading and yay, it's Friday!  Have a great weekend!


Lorraine said…
Pretty! Argh, I knew I shouldn't have looked and read closely. I never bought any of the tag dies - but you've got me thinking, ack. Love how you popped the dots out and put in stitching - cool!
So pretty! Love the lace and your embroidery on the tag. Great idea!
Cheryl said…
Ha ha, that's how I do stuff around the house too, I feel a little ADD sometimes. Your tag is so cute and girly! Neat frame!

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