Wednesday, April 9, 2014

LESSology Challenge #35 ~ Tic TAG Toe

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My project for 


The TAG I am using is from my husband's shirt, this feels like a piece of leather


after misting, masking and washi tape


it is now ready to go on my page


one that goes into my yearbook 2013


 photo was taken at Sedona, Arizona last June, my husband always like to make goofy post with statues or window display, this is just one of them


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now it's your turn to play

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28 comments:

Linda R said...

This look awesome Kirsty, I LOVE the rustic color of paper you used. And the design is great.

Hugs~

Juls said...

Just gorgeous!!!! Hugs Juls

yyam said...

Fabulous page. And great use of that tag!

Ros Crawford said...

That tag was made for your page! Terrific work Kirsty ... always so inspiring

Elborgi said...

thats great!
Hello from Elma

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is so gorgeous! LOVING what you did with the tag and loveeeeeeeee that fun photo!!!!!

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, I LOVE it, Kirsty! What a fun embellie that tag made for your album page! So, so perfect! And your hubby makes me smile....silly boy!

Gary Rose said...

I love reuse clothing tags. You did a great job with this one. I wouldn't guess it was ever a clothing tag by the time you were done with it.

Tieva said...

Great layout, love how you integrated the tag.
Gabi

Andie Miller said...

That tag makes a great statement in your layout. Way to recycle!

Joni nina Andaya said...

What a GORGEOUS project Kirsty!!! Clever on reusing clothes tags :) Love this idea !!!

Kay said...

What a wonderful layout, and seriously, THE most awesome altered tag. EVER.

Manuela said...

Kirsty, your page looks so cool, the tag looks great.

Diane said...

Wonderful idea Kirsty, makes a fun layout.

Hugs Diane

Sharon Fritchman said...

Beautiful and creative take on this challenge! I love it!

Theresa said...

Think your take is of Ros's card.

Ira Huberts said...

Fab page Kirsty! What a fun way to recycle your DH's label, I'd make sure he'd buy some more of these shirts, lol!
Ira’s Crea Corner

Pat (mspfd) said...

Not only is it a fun, clever way to repurpose the tag; but it's now a super masculine element for the gorgeous page you created.

Pat (mspfd) said...

Not only is it a fun, clever way to repurpose the tag; but it's now a super masculine element for the gorgeous page you created.

dawn said...

Hi Kirsty!! What an awesome page this is, I love the browns in here. I have used tags from shirts too for my PL pockets. Now I want to do something fun next time I have one like you did. LOVE THIS!!!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

what a great idea!

Kim said...

Very cool tag! I save things like that and don't seem to use them...but now I'm inspired! Great layout too!
~Kim

scrapbookertink said...

Love the vintage look you created x

Davi said...

Cool use of the tag Kirsty, I save those also. Love your page and the fun memories you are preserving :)

Greta said...
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Greta said...

Beyond creative--fabulous page, Kristy!

Sue Lelli said...

Just FABULOUS, Kirsty! I have been saving these tags! You have inspired me to use them!

1CardCreator said...

Beautiful card and such a clever idea too. ~Diane