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7 Ideas for the Two Tags Die and a Tutorial

Here's a closer look at the projects that I presented at our recent Stampin' Up! Regionals in Hobart.


Bag - Chocolate Holder

Easel Card

Bag Topper


Gift Card Holder

Update:  I wrote an accompanying tutorial which ACROBAT.COM hosted.  Unfortunately they do not offer a free service any more so my Two Tags Die Tutorial has been added onto my Tutorials for Sale.


Kim said…
wonderful tutorial, thanks for sharing! This will be on my inspiration blog post today. TFS!
Anonymous said…
Lovely way to show the versatility of the dies and the stamps. Cute little ensemble.
Chriserendipity said…
Bronwyn, what absolutely fabulous projects you have created with the Creative Elements stamp set, and the wider tag from this Two Tags Die!!! Love all the colours and details you have added. You asked for feedback on your first Tutorial....well, I must say that it is totally wonderful....thank you so much! Chris
crafterGM said…
Thanks for sharing this tutorial those are some really great ideas. Gloria M
Anonymous said…
All of the ideas are great. I love the color combinations. Tutorial looks just great. Thank you for sharing
Sally S
Duluth Minnesota
Hello Bronwyn.. I wanted to say thank you so much for this information... I was surfing around looking for additional ideas for my newly purchased Two Tags Die and this is perfect! Incidentally I am presenting at the Sydney Regionals, and am showing something different with the Two Tags die myself! But seriously... I wish I had thought of some of these! (And I'll show my projects on my blog after Regionals next Saturday) Well done... I find your work very inspiring!
Diane Barnes said…
Thanks so much Brownyn. You're such a sweetie sharing so many ideas & a the tutorial. Can't wait for my die to arrive. Inky hugs, Di
Julia said…
Thank you so VERY much for your wonderful tutorial - I haven't yet got the two tags die, but after seeing these wonderful projects, I can't wait to give it a go - SUCH fantastic ideas and inspiration, thank thank thankyou
Fantaastic ideas Bronwyn! Thank you so much for the tutorial. I can't wait to get my two tags die now :)
Andrea said…
a great tutorial. thanks for sharing.
Claire said…
So inspiring Bronwyn. Your projects are just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing all these fab ideas. I can't wait to have a play with this die!
Patrice said…
These look so good all lined up this way Bron. You're too clever!
Nerida said…
Wow! Bronwyn these are just amazing. I loved your butterfly easel cards. Such versatility from this tag set. Thanks for sharing your ideas and the instructions are perfect.
You are a star! These are so amazing! It was so great to see all the pics from regionals. Unfortunately I had a triple clash of dates for regionals ... and regionals ended up being bottom of the list. So ... sadly I won't be there (in Sydney!) Hugs xxaxx
These are fabulous! Thanks for the great directions. I'll be sharing your wonderful ideas at my next downline meeting.
Rebecca said…
These really are WOW's. Thank you for sharing. I had purchased this die as I thought the bookmark was cute, but I love all the items that you've made with the other shape.
eLLe said…
You have inspired me to get the 2 tags die! I love the way you made so many wonderful things, esp. the basket. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Have a wonderful day,


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