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Jalopy Christmas Tag

Such a huge fan of this Jaolpy die I wanted to make it Christmas.  Well, I wanted to try making a few of my non-Christmas dies Christmas. 
 
 
I cut JOY using the Word Play die on grunge board.  Then some glitter glue and glossy accents. The tag is tinfoil adhered to the tag, embossed with snowflakes and painted with acrylic paint in gold. Sand once dry, then stamp the whole tag with Versamark and UTEE and heat. It's a great enamel!
 
 
I used my Movers and Shapers Mini Wreath to decorate the Jalopy.  Using some hot glue I added the mini jingles.  The car and wreath are painted and crackled using Rock Candy.

 
Popped on a decorated box.  Watch for a post to see what's in the box...
 
 
I hope this gives you some ideas on how to make non-Christmas stuff Christmassy. 
 
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Comments

  1. Came looking for your blueprint cards but no I find this awesome Jalopy...stomp, stomp, stomp not fair now here is another die I must have. Beautiful tag. Hugs

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  2. Great way to make the jalopy festive ;)
    Great idea to put your tag on the gift box.

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