January Kit Greetings with Wendy Antenucci

Our filler and journaling tags featured in each month’s exclusive kit are so versatile for all of your paper crafting projects, and today we have design team member Wendy Antenucci with us to share how she layered up her tags to create beautiful greeting cards! Let’s take a look.
How about a few cards today? It’s Wendy here today to share some quick and easy cards that I created with the January kit and add-ons. I love the 3″ x 4″ tags from the kit and use them in all of my creative projects—layouts, pocket pages, cards, anything! Since I have such a love for these tags, it makes sense (to me) to start off a smaller project, such as a card, by choosing fun tags from the January 2018 Kit for the greeting, to set the colors, and add some pattern.

Supplies | January 2018 Kit, Star Chipboard StickersWood Veneer Love Tags, Hugs and Kisses Puffy StickersFamily Fun 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack
The first tag that I used, “kind heart,” was chosen because I loved the simplicity of the tag. Because of the simple design, I chose a red chevron pattern from the Family Fun 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack to mat my tag onto. I also like to use doilies often as they add a little touch of frill (and I really like them!)

To add some fun to my card I chose to tie some twine and a Wood Veneer Love Tag onto my card. Tip: To keep the twine from moving all over I taped it down on the back of the tag. I also didn’t want the tag moving so I added a foam square under the tag to hold it in place.

My next card was created by layering two tags from the January Kit, one 3″ x 4″ and one 4″ x 6″, which I cut down to fit my card. I added a few die cuts from the kit to further dress up the card, but the finishing touches were the Star Chipboard Stickers and the Hugs and Kisses Puffy Stickers. Did you notice that all of the elements lead your eyes around the card and the saying?

Who do you need to send a card to today? The January 2018 Kit makes this a simple and easy task, have fun!

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