Sunday 6 December 2015

MHK Designs Christmas Silhouette

   Today sees the launch of another gorgeous digi set from MHK Designs, this one is called Christmas Silhouettes. To see more inspiration pop over to our Facebook Page MHK Designers and Friends.
     I made a tag rather than a card this time, I'm going to need a few of these so this will help build my stash.
     The silhouette image is printed on to a dig backing paper from MHK Designs set called Christmas Past. I've mounted the image panel on black to make it stand out a little more.
     To continue the star theme I embossed some red card with stars, added a gold star brad and stuck it onto a plain tag so I can still write on the back of it.
      The greeting is from the silhouette set printed on white card and die cut with a label die, coloured while the die was still on the card and mounted on foam pads. There are two ribbons and a bakers twine through the hole, one is plain green and the other is red with Merry Christmas on it.

      Both these sets are available from MHK Designs Etsy shop, along with many more non Christmas digi's.

I would like to enter this tag in the following challenges:
Hiding In My Craft Room - Christmas Colours
A Gem Of A Challenge - Anything Christmas
Holly Jolly - Embossing


  1. Fabulous tag, great idea to print it on Mynn's beautiful papers and quick way to make beautifu; tags!

  2. the colour tones and the design is gorgeous... Thank you for sharing your wonderful project at Holly Jolly Christmas challenge. Good luck . Neva

  3. That is so beautiful!Sorry for being tardy on commenting, but thanks you for joining us over on the HIMCR blog!

  4. This tag is AMAZING!!! I LOVE the way you printed the image over the paper--it looks WONDERFUL! THANK YOU SO MUCH for all your help at MHKDesigns--you are a gem! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xx

  5. Rocky, have you contacted Christmas at Sweet Stampin' to claim your prize? We will need your mailing information to send you the prize. Hugs, Gail, DT CaSS


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