Tag You’re It Challenge #10

Posted by on November 7, 2014 in Butterfly, Cuttlebug, Distress inks, Papertrey Ink, Simon Says Stamp, Stamping, Tag You're It Challenge, Tags | 6 comments

It’s time for another Tag You’re It! Challenge. We had an amazing 44 entries last challenge. You guys rock!

This week we have a very sweet card made by Lynn Put. I just love that gorgeous cluster of pretty flowers!


I fell in love with the softness of her colour scheme and I used her layout, just changed the placement of the sentiment. I switched up the flowers for a butterfly and some vellum leaves. The pink chevrons are embossing paste (coloured with some dye ink).

You Tag | Marion Vagg

You - detail | Marion Vagg

For more details on the challenge and the guidelines, go here.


Stamps: Simon Says Stamp Expressions of You stamp set, Hero Arts Friend Definition Stamp set

Card: X-Press it Blending card, Vellum

Ink: VersaFine – Onyx Black, Hero Arts – Charcoal, Bubblegum (used to colour the embossing paste), Distress ink – Picked Raspberry

Other Supplies: SSS ‘You’ die, Penny Black ‘Leaves’ die, PTI Sale Tag die, Cuttlebug, MFT Stencil on the Diagonal, Dreamweaver embossing paste, Spatula, AnnaBelle Stamps pearl, Martha Stewart butterfly punches x2, Tombow mono-multi liquid adhesive

Hope you can find some time to play along. To link up your creations head to the Tag You’re It! Challenge blog.

Thanks for stopping by,



  1. so pretty, Marion – love the soft vellum leaves and the bold zigzags 🙂

  2. I love your pretty tag, Marion!

  3. So so pretty Marion, love the vellum!

  4. marion, love this tag. So pretty and soft and feminine

  5. Do you know how much I love this? Pink, butterflies, stripes, embossing paste. Wowzers!

  6. This is beautiful! Love your take on my card! Your pink embossing paste gives your tag a bold look and your cluster of butterfly and vellum leaves are so pretty and add softness.

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