Friday, September 17, 2010

Tag Tuesday-School Days

The challenge for this week's Tag Tuesday is to create a tag with a "school" theme.

Here are my tags.

That go in this.

Folded and tied--it looks like this.

I used images from Green Paper, Tammy Tutterow, Tim Holtz, Night Owl Vintage, Vintage Stampers Freebees and Seneca Pond.

32 comments:

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh my gosh, Sarah--this is phenomenal!!! Wow, I love ALL your tags--you are amazing!

Hugs,
Cindy
xox

Kim Dellow said...

Oh my goodness, your tags are wonderful. Kim

woodandfabric said...

Oh My!!! What an amazing collection you have made! How Wonderful and Unique they are! Great, Great Work!
Michelle *Ü*

Brenda said...

My first reaction was like everyone else's; OH MY GOSH!! I can't pick which tag I love the best, then to see the tag holder you made to go with it is just amazing!
Funny that the first thing I thought of for ribbon was riff-raff and I see you used it on a tag..I don't know why riff-raff makes me think of school days lol

Louise (KardKrazy) said...

An incredible tag book, Sarah. I just love all the vintage school stuff you've used to create it.
Fabulous!

Deanna Cosgrove said...

This is really special. So much detail.

JeanFB said...

Oh my gracious, these are spectacular!!! You really knocked this challenge out of the park - what a perfect collection. Thanks for sharing! Have a great weekend. :)

Evelyn S. said...

Omigosh...a veritable gallery of school days tags, Sarah! Wonderful!

nimucha said...

Ingeniously designed and very, very beautiful!!!

Scrapping With Sherry said...

Sarah~ You outdid yourself! Amazing. I am actually thinking about taking the tag I made for the school themed tag tuesday of my lil brother and a tag that I made recently with a vintage photo of my grandmother, along with a few others I will make using vintage photos and making a mini scrapbook. This was an inspiration for just how I could put the book together. Thank You!

~Sherry

Faye said...

Sarah, how awesome! I love your packet of tags within a tag. Each one is a work of art in itself. Beautiful job.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

I'm speechless...that project is just fantabulous!

Barb said...

Oh Sarah, you have been a busy bee, your tags are amazing! It would be difficult picking a favorite!
Happy Week-end.

Susan said...

These are so so cute!
Susan

Jacqueline said...

Amazing work this week for the theme - wow, everything just ties in to make a gorgeous little tag-book!!

Lori said...

Wow, this is just spectacular, Sarah! The papers are just awesome!

ScrappyPam said...

Wow! Very nice! Love the tag booklet with all the tags!

Lynn Stevens said...

OMG, I bet you were an Over acheiver in school too!!!! LOL
Wow Sarah thats what I call rocking the challenge!

Lynn Stevens said...

oh its an A++++++++ by the way!

Hellemor said...

WAU, this is am amazing book and i Love all your tags. Such a great work.

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

Whoa...you made enough tags for the whole school!!! Great job and they look stunning too.

Nancy Maxwell James said...

Sarah
this is sooo darling and CLEVER! I love the design and composition. The images you selected are so perfect for the theme! gorgeous art!

Robin said...

These tags are just amazing! I can't stop looking at all the details. They are vintage perfection!

Carola Bartz said...

Wow! This is amazing. I'm happy if I get just one tag done... Very beautiful and so creative!

Rhonda Emery said...

wow so pretty great work. I am now a follower.
www.scraphappenswithRhonda.blogspot.com

Steph Zerbe said...

What an amazing set of vintage tags!! Love each and every one of them!

Jen said...

Those tags and book are amazing!! Thanks for the inspiration!

Melisa Waldorf said...

Fabulous tags!! I love your collage style!

Laura Knight said...

Those tags are so creative, detailed and beautiful, what more can I say!

Oxana said...

WOW!!!! Gorgeous tags!
Hugs
Oxana

Cynthia Schelzig,Cynnie said...

What a super creation...how did I miss this back in Sep??? Just gorgeous!!

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Sarah...why the heck don't you have an etsy/ebay shop? You could make a mint with these fantastic creations of yours! Wowsers!