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These are wonderful Anna! Thanks for sharing!

Wow...those tags are gorgeous! I love how you can take a basic die shape & turn it in to a masterpiece! Thanks for sharing the dye tips too. I recently used coffee to dye my crinkle ribbon but I could not get a rich, deep color. I'll try your instant tea stain method.

Oh Anna, these are drop-dead gorgeous! I love your style so much - when I grow up (well, let's assume that I will some day) I want to be just like you!

Thanks for sharing how you make the beautiful tea-dyed tags. This is something I've seen, heard about, but never tried and you are giving me courage!


Beautiful!! Your ornaments always inspire me. Is the tree a die cut?

Your star ornaments and trees are beautiful. Makes me want to go make some star ornaments. Your such an inspiration to me.

I think I wanna take the Nestea Plunge with some tags this weekend! Thanks for sharing your tips, and your stars and tree are TOTALLY AWESOME! LOVE!

Drip, drip, drip . . . that's you, dripping with talent! LOVE these stars and the beautiful papers you incorporated. What type of adhesive do you use to adhere the papers to the chipboard? Love the stained tags too--very cool.

Great star ornaments and tea stained tags. Thanks for the how-to tips. (You always make it look so easy!) Hugs...

I'm just in awe of your talent. I'm a new follower to your blog this week and you are definitely going to be one of my top favorites.


I love those star ornaments! I will have to try my hand at that and those tea bag tags, love the look of those tags. Thanks for the ideas.

Very cool ornaments! Love the tree one too and those tags! I need to stain some too!

I loved all of them, Anna! Thanks for the instructions of how to tea stain. I've never tried it.

Love love LOVE these! May have to gather some pretty papers and play with a friend's toys. I've posted more handcrafted pretties on my blog this week as well. Thanks for visiting me last week!

Your stars are FABULOUS!! I love making visits to your blog, you always inspire me! I can't wait to try your tea stained tags.

xoxo Karen Lee

These are GORGEOUS!!! WOW!!! Some of them the coloring makes them almost look quilted!

WOW! I love these!

Sometimes I love to see what other people make, and sometimes I am just bitter I don't have those supplies myself. Today I am bitter. I love what you made. I wonder if it's too late to tell Santa to add the big sizzix cutters to my list.

Wow, those are all soooo pretty! I can't wait to stain up some tags. TFS!

These look like something you snagged at a flea market :) Thanks for the recipe to transform them.

Why yes, I'd love a spot of tea, thank you.

Those ornaments and tags are so pretty! I'm going to try your receipe for tea stained tags. Thanks for sharing that! Those little rusty bells are pefect!

Anna your ornaments are fabulous!! and the tea stained tags are so wonderful!! Love that primitive look....

Aah, they are so beautiful! Thanks for sharing how you tea stain the tags, will have to give that a try, but didn't figure you'd say instant tea, something I don't keep around.Glad you are feeling better and quite crafty too.

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