Thursday, November 6, 2014

Golden Christmas SeaHorse?

I'm baackkk!  I have been working on a project which I haven't even finished that is going to be a feature in december on my blog. Looking forward to sharing it with you!  Today I took time out to play inspired by Linda's Tag #6 in her 12 tags of Christmas sponsored by her Funkie Junkie Boutique. 

Linda's tag is a monochrome of golden browns and I took that to the golden extreme!

 I used up my Heidi Swapp Gold Lame Spray on all the pieces.  I paired that with the Ranger Distress Stain (Brass).  I was liberal with my Stampendous Crushed Gold Glass Glitter.

I die cut the seahorse and sand dollar and starfishes from the Sizzix Tim Holt Die.  I colored them with the spray. 

I stamped the background with the Impression Obsession cover a card stamp with brown ink.  I took a few felt snowflake colored them with the distress stain and added a touch of the glitter to sprinkle over the surface.

Have a wonderful Friday!



  1. What a beautiful tag!! I like the sea horse and all the glitter!

  2. Holy moly Sue! How amazing is all this golden glory! Sensational piece of work - the texture is perfect - would love to see a tutorial on how you put down all those lovely layers. Thanks so much for continuing to inspire our 12 tags players!


  3. Wow! I think someone who lives in Venice, FL, could probably get away with some of this wild and golden Christmas gladness, don't you? Love it!!
    Elaine Lawson

  4. Love your Christmas seahorse Suzz! Reminds me of my favourite Christmas film 'Love Actually'! Wasn't there a Christmas octopuss?! Lol!
    Happy Friday!
    Alison xxx

  5. You are quite the golden girl, Suzanne! What a gorgeous tag with all the metallic goodness! Thanks SO much for stopping by my blog! Your sweet comment mean so much to me! HUGS!

  6. Holy Golden Christmas Seahorse! This may be a first (although craftytrog is right about the Christmas octopus) and if I lived near the sea I'd love to decorate my tree with shells, beach glass, etc. Your bling is wonderful and Poseidon would be proud!

  7. This tag looks so rich. Wonderful structure. Thanks for showing Anneke.


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