The January papers look like this...and can be found here on the website.
And here is this month's tag... This could be used as a card, a piece of home décor or attached to a layout...
If you want to play along this month you will need:
- Children's Hour January papers
- White paint
- White card to punch snowflakes
- White and blue ribbon
- Diamond stickles
- Foam pads
You will also need to make yourself some tags for each month - I cut mine from Kraft card 4" x 8" (or 10cm x 20cm) with the corners cut off. You could use any colour of tag because the background won't show.
I started by covering the tag with the light blue patterned side of the paper and then used a little white paint applied with a foam pad to edge the tag...
I cut out one of the pictures of the mother reading to her child & the flowers to add later. Next I cut a piece of the blue patterned paper (darker side) 3" wide by 4" high, edged with white paint and fixed this towards the top of the tag...
I cut a piece of acetate 3.5" x 5", rounded the top corners and edged with white paint before fixing over the dark blue panel with foam pads, adding some punched snowflakes...
Then I added the small dark blue snowflake strip, a small length of white lace underneath and one of the postage stamps...
After that I fixed the Let it snow banner on top of the snowflake strip, I distressed and stuck the small blue quote on, tucking it behind the woman and the yellow flower...
Finally - I stuck gems in the centre of snowflakes and decorated the snowflakes and the edges of the acetate with diamond stickles.