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Friday, June 22, 2012

Tag Tutorial by Pinky

Good morning friends, 
Pinky here with a fun tag tutorial today.

If you have not checked out Samantha's Silhouette Cut Files lately
you should because they are so useful!

I started out with the Samantha's 8 Piece Tag Set 2 in my Silhouette Studio.
I cut my paper in half and turned one sheet over, then use my 
Silhouette to cut the digital cut files. I love the contracting colors

 I added foam pop dots to the top layers to make them more dimensional. 
 I added brads in the holes, but they were not the right color so for this
tag I used Liquid Pearls, and on the other tag I used Smooch Ink.

I stamped a sentiment for this one and added the star. 
 And for this one I used the Nautical Stickers! 
 They are great to have around for gift bags, or even 
to place on the front of cards! All the coordinated lines make it easy peasy.
 Until next time


  1. I love this line! Pinky's work is always AMAZING!!!

  2. These are so much fun! Love your tutorial too!

  3. WOW these are my fav! what paper did you use I love this!! Like the retro/nautical feel of it.

  4. ok ps what if you don't have a silhouette do you have a file that works with a cricut?

  5. That paper is gorgeous! What line is it and where did you get it?!?! Great tags, too! I want to try and make some.

  6. Hi guys! Pinky used the Nautical Collection by Samantha for Creative Imaginations. You can see the full line through this link:

    Samantha also sells SVG files over at, you can find those here:

    Thanks guys!
    Social Media Director and Creative Team Lead for Samantha Walker

  7. Ok, SUPER newbie question......what do you mean by "I cut my paper in half and turned one sheet over, then use my
    Silhouette to cut the digital cut files." Was your paper a double thickness? The 2 halves stcked on top of each other? Sorry, just got my Cameo this week and I know NOTHING!!! LOL

  8. lrlincks, The Nautical Collection is a double-sided paper, so Pinky used one 12x12 paper and cut it in half, creating two 6x12 pieces. She placed the front side up on 1/2 of the Silhouette mat and the backside up on the remaining portion of the mat. You can see it in the 3rd photo. Hope that helps!

    Social Media Director and Creative Team Lead for Samantha Walker

  9. I love love love these dies!!! I want them lol!!! Awesome

  10. Anything nautical calls my name

  11. Love these!!! Super cute and the dies are just the perfect touch!!! Great tutorial Pinky!


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