Thursday, September 2

Playing Tag!

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Well ... here we go ... Day two of my "Blog every day in September" regime!

Mind you ... I set out with the intention of blogging every day in August and look what happened there!

For the last few days I have been playing with Tags and Lord Tim of Holtz Stamps ... youPACSPT1 know Tim ... the man that can travel through time while balancing on the edge of a feather with just a 1" length of Tissue Tape and a Dab of Gold Acrylic Dabber!

You can see I am still in my Aged Mahogany ... Mustard Seed and Spiced Marmalade phase ... to be honest PACSPT3... I can't see that ending any time soon!

So ... Why have I been playing tag? ... well I may have mentioned once or twice that I am going to  Paris in November to teach at the Paper and Co  Show ... I shall be teaching three different workshops ... one of which is Playing Tag with embellishments ... so basically ... these are sneak peeks of what I may or may not do in that particular class.PACSPT4

Talking of workshops ... the autumn season of workshops at LB Crafts go on sale this Saturday ... so if you are planning on coming along to make sure you get the classes you want ... well I shall see you there :0)

Oh Blimey ... I nearly forgot ... I have a Pingate update ... that will have to wait for the third day of September now ...

Have a good evening y'all

Laters!

19 comments:

sweet craf-tea chick said...

gorgeous gorgeous tags, linda! love the colors and the metal accents. thanks for sharing and have a great day!! *hugs* steph :)

Carolynne said...

Lovely tags and the colours really suit

luv
Carolynne xx

Yours Artfully said...

I might just have to ring you to find out the next instalment of pingate.....you know that patience is not one of my virtues.
Ooo, nearly forgot....faby tags!

L. x

June said...

Fantastic tags Linda, I am loving the sunshine in them...
hugs June xxx

Helen said...

Gorgeous tags, I think they will be perfect for a workshop in Paris an the colours are divine.

flutterbycrafter said...

Fantastic tags, love all the colours, stunning.

Hels Sheridan said...

I want to do one of those workshops, these tags are LUSH! Can't wait to hear about Pingate... thought that had blown over LOL x

Debsg said...

I'm looking forward to your blog update each day and I'm hoping to match you!

Tina said...

Beautiful

Anonymous said...

Love those colours Linda, tfs
Jeanette :)

sarah (sasa) said...

Dear Linda,

I have succumbed to temporary insanity and frivolity - justified by my 40th year - and just booked my place and flight for the Paper and Co show! I will be coming to keep you company for two of your workshops! I can just about remember how to say, I am lost, or ask where the Ladies is. Should be enough. Whilst we embellish with Oh La La's and Merci, I think you should get the locals to be stamping "How Spiffing, Taa very much love and Flippin' Nora" on their tags...
Very excited and still a wee bit shell-shocked. But you only live once...! Au Revoir et À bientôt!

Sarah (sasa)

Debi said...

Linda, your tag is stunning. Gorgeous colors, great images, and fabulous embellishing. It definitely has inspired me!

Linda Cain said...

Gorgeous tags!

Lorraine said...

nice colours here and I like the layered frame..thanks very much for your nice comment on my blog today

Linapyssel said...

I absolutley LOVE your tag Linda!!
The colors and masking.. and decorations..just swell!!
Hugs lina

Comme have a look see at my box and BIA in these colors all distressed!!

Have a great evening!!

crafty creations said...

Amazing tags Linda - oh how I wish I could afford to come to one of your work shops - but no matter I can visit your blog and glean inspiration from there x Hilda

Lou and Mel said...

Gorgeous as always Linda. I just wish I could come to the workshops - why do I have to go to borning "paid for" work instead?

Minxy said...

oh good luck with the blog every day thing, i tried that once and failed miserably lol

loving your tags these colours are so scrummy

She said...

Love these. Gorgeous colours. S x

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