Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Gingerbread Boy Tag

I've been feeding my tag addiction with
GINGERBREAD!



I've done the recipe on the computer and printed it on 
some ancient parchment paper from my stash.

I cut it to fit a cardstock tag, adhered it and did 
some distressing and stamped some splotches
for good measure.  (That's the way my recipe book looks.)

The Gingerbread Boy was stamped on
Baked Brown Sugar cardstock
and embossed.

I colored the buttons with a Copic Marker
and covered with Crystal Effects.

I dotted the eyes with a brown Copic Marker
and his bow tie with green.

The little strip at the bottom is dry embossed with hearts.
I couldn't get them to show up in the photo.

Some burlap twine finishes the tag off.

I'm going to join in at 
again.

Thanks for the visit.

Enjoy!
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Tag Recipe
Stamps:  Gingerbread Boy (Rubber Cottage), Gorgeous Grunge (SU)
Ink:  Whisper White (SU), Antique Linen (Distress)
Paper: Solar White (Neena), Baked Brown Sugar, Cherry Cobbler (SU), Parchment (stash)
Other:  White EP, Crystal Effects (SU), Heart EF (Cuttlebug), Burlap Twine (Michaels), Copic Markers


21 comments:

Susanne Vargas said...

This looks delicious enough to eat! Very cute!

Marcia HIll said...

What a cute, cute tag Bonnie! And I love how you did the recipe from your computer first before adding the gingerbread man...what a clever idea! Also love how you splotched up the tag too to look like it's been used many, many times!! This tag will definitely bring a smile to someone's face!! :0)

My Card Attic: Hazel said...

What a wonderfully creative tag Bonnie! Love that cute gingerbread man and the idea with the recipe! Very creative! Have a lovely day my friend! Hazel xx

Marybeth said...

Hi Bonnie, boy have I missed you and your blog ...sorry! Oh, this boy gingerbread tag is adorable ,and I love that it includes the recipe ! What a great idea!

Liz said...

Very clever idea to out the recipe behind the gingerbread man. Brilliant tag, Bonnie. xx

Loll said...

Adorable!! Such a creative design. LOVE the recipe being the background. And the splotches are PERFECT!! :) My recipe cards look like that too. Thanks for sharing at my tag event. xx

Barb said...

What an incredibly creative tag. Everything thought about, even the little blotches. It's absolutely gorgeous and he looks good enough to eat. Barbxx

jimlynn said...

The splotches look like they came from my recipe book too!! SO cute and love this little guy. A fun tag Bonnie.
Lynn

Team Clark said...

I really love this! Awesome gingerbread and love the homey feel of it!

Maxine D said...

What a wonderful tag Bonnie - love the recipe behind the gingerbread man, who looks good enough to eat!!
Blessings
Maxine

Colleen Dietrich said...

Just adorable, Bonnie! Especially love the splotches on the 'cookbook' recipe. ;-)

OH Babs said...

Bonnie this is absolutely adorable. I love how you created the recipe.

Susan said...

Love the way you recreated the way a well-used recipe looks like! That's just what my recipe book looks like too! Adorable gingerbread boy! And the twine is the perfect rustic touch for it.

Daffodil Cards said...

Love your recipe tag, what a great combination.

Pat said...

This is so cute Bonnie with the recipe behind and nicely splattered too and the gingerbread man really does look good enough to eat! x

laurie said...

SO cute!!!

Bobby said...

I love the way you inked up the recipe, Bonnie. I have a few that look like that, too, and it's the perfect background for that darling gingerbread man.

LesLee said...

this is adorable... I love all the details.. my favorite is that it has splatters like your own recipe so so true.. love it. Thanks for joining us at Happy Little Stampers Mixed Media Challenge LesLee xx

Nance E Salkeld said...

Still love that tag! So super cute and fun!

Sandy said...

I really adore this Bonnie and will see if I can create my own!! You sure are smart!!!!
Sandy xx

Princess Judy Palmer said...

I don't know. With those lashes, gingerbread boy might be gingerbread girl. Or maybe gingerbread transgender. Still lovely though.