More tags from the Month of Super Short Stories Tag Book project. Are you working on one, too?
I made the tags yesterday, and did the journaling last night, sitting in bed. I’m still using product from the yummy BasicGrey Sultry line, including pieces from this sheet of cardstock stickers and this one. (If anyone knows who is carrying this line, feel free to post in comments!)
I’m also using one of my other favorite stamps, designed by Kate Teague or Fontwerks (love Fontwerks!) And remember the part about using other product you have in your stash? Those cute little stickers from Making Memories are filling the bill! (and Margie Romney-Aslett, you sexy scrapbook rebel you, if you can tell me what those stickers are called, i’ll gladly share with my blog readers…)
I’m totally having fun with this project. And I’m also planning to use my new camera for all photo documentation.
Other than that, I’m finally back in my office after being out for nearly two weeks.
Had great meetings in Utah, with my awesome team at Simple. (Hello you crazy feelers, you!) And now, i’m sorting through virtual piles of e-mail and to-do lists.
It’s also the official ‘tween day. The day between Dan’s birthday and mine. Oh, and don’t worry. I’ll be posting tomorrow on my birthday. As I’ve nailed the point into the board time and again: Do NOT be demure about telling everyone you know it’s your birthday. They’re lame enough as it is the older you get.
Besides, I have a birthday goal to share that I have WOEFULLY not even come CLOSE to meeting. And yet, I will somehow find a way to make it cheery and upbeat. Nobody likes a gloomy birthday girl, except Goth people, of course. And Joy Division fans.
Did I mention that TOMORROW IS MY BIRTHDAY?
p.s. in the spirit of giving gifts, because you all give so much to me with your comments and your readership in general, here is my Photoshop template I’m using for the tags with the four mini photos. It’s super easy to just layer in your four images, behind the white frame layer. I have no idea if it will open in Elements, but I know if you have Photoshop, it should work just fine!
It will fit onto a piece of 4 x 6 photo paper, and then you can just trim it down to fit the back of your tag. Enjoy!
p.s.s. Mac Users, hold down your control key then choose "Save Link As". PC users, right click and choose "save target as".