Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Egg-specially for you!


I just can't get enough of the Lettering Delights Oishii SVG set. So far I have made the milk carton, the cake box, the ice cream popsicle and the milk carton note cards. I think it's time for some eggs. :-D

These gift tags were inspired by Joy's "Egg-specially for you" stamp from her Yummy Puns stamp set. 


Using Make-the-Cut's Shadow Layer Tool, I created the base for the gift tag and by welding a ring to that base, I made a tab through which a ribbon or twine can string through. To complete the gift tag, I stamped Joy's stamp with black dye ink.


You can get your Lettering Delights' Oiishi SVG set here and to get your own copy of Make-the-Cut*, just click here.
(please note that the new Make-the-Cut download is no longer compatible with the Cricut but it is still compatible with many other electronic cutters. See here.)


Here's a video tutorial egg-specially for you. ;-)





14 comments :

  1. Too cute! Just love this collection! and you're doing a wonderful job of showing us how cute and oishii it is!

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  2. Oh Jin, I love your tags!!! You aways create the cutest projects...

    Amanda:0)

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  3. Love them Jin,
    That stamp set is wonderful to use too!!!!

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  4. Jin, thank you so much for doing your fabulous tutorials! I continue to learn so much from them!

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  5. Thank you so much for the tutorial. I love the ring you applied for the twine. Is there somewhere that I can learn all the shortcuts that you use? (like "control w")

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  6. ...LOL...did I hear a couple of little voices at the end of the video say "Bye"??? Luv it!!! :)

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  7. Jin, thank you so much for the videos they are so helpful, I have learned so much from you. My computer skills are not the best so it is great to watch a video.

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  8. Very cute tags. Awesome job! Hugs- Glora

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  9. How do you do the wording on the tag?

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  10. The sentiment is from Joyslife's Yummy Puns stamp but if you like, you can also print your own text with MTC. Just follow this tutorial: http://underacherrytree.blogspot.com/2011/01/ld-mtc-beginner-series-videos-how-to.html

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