Growing in Unity 2015 Day 1

It's been a while since I last posted!
Things have been crazy busy.

You can always check out my business page on FB to see what I am up to:

I come to you this morning, to show off some Unity Stamps!
It is my week (always my birthday week -- for like the last 4 years!) for 
GROWING IN UNITY!!!!

-- Make sure to leave a comment each day for a chance to win 25 random stamps from Unity.
2 winners will be chosen from comments to win the prize from Unity.
1 winner will win a stamp set from me!

And here is my first project:
STAMPS USED:
Top Left - Wishing You Joy
TR - Hear with Joy
Bottom Left - Feel the Joy, Determination
BR - Out of this World

Heart with Joy

Out of this World

My husband recently got some new work pants, and they had these really thick nice tags...
I couldn't just throw them away, so I painted them with grey acrylic paint. 
Once dry I stamped a Unity Itty Bitty in Momento Tuxedo Black, and then colored with some SU markers.

I plan on putting these cute little tags on gift bags for a personal touch.

--REMEMBER, leave a comment!
AND come back tomorrow for more Growing In Unity with me!





27 comments:

Rebecca Wong said...

This is a brilliant idea, love it when you make it personal tag to others. Love how you recycle the tag, give me some inspiration too! đź’–Awesome!

Gina Furman said...

Great idea on reusing those tags! Don't you just love it when you find something great like that? I really think they are all cute, but my favorites are the Wishing you joy, and Heart with joy tags. I love flowers, and you have done an awesome coloring job! TFS

AnneMarie Becerril-Nuding said...

Love, love, love the up cycling of the tags & they are adorable!

Mary Holshouser said...

What a great idea. Recycle something that would ordinarily be thrown away and make it a beautiful tag.
thanks for sharing.

SHartl said...

Oh, these are such a great way to use those tags and I find myself saving items like that to craft with later too. My favorite is the Out of This World set...so fun!

Kris B said...

What a wonderful way to re-purpose those tags! They look awesome! Congrats on being this weeks GIU designer!

alo said...

Love the upcycling and creativity of these tags! Great choice of stamps!!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Genius of you to use those tags! I have a few things like that in my stash of "I know I can do something with this ...". lol Great job!

danajohnson1218 said...

I love how you recycled the tags! These are awesome!!

Denise Bryant said...

Fun set of tags! Sometimes I hang onto those as well, if it's a nice one with a shape I like, or has some other feature I like! Congrats on your GIU week!

Ruby said...

Great projects. It is good to recycle.

Theresa Nachbar said...

Those are soooo cute. :-)
I just love them. Great idea!

Karenladd said...

These sweet little tags are so cute and could be used any number of ways. They could be the focal point on a card, or even used on an album page. LOVE these!

Sweet April said...

You really went out of this world with this fabulous idea,I mean creation,on recycling those tags.Those tags are awesome,creative and inspirational.I loved them all! Thanks for the idea.

Brandi R said...

Awesome tags! Great idea to recycle those things. ♥

Brittany M. said...

I save tags from our clothes too! I love what you have done with these...they would make perfect little accents to any project!

sharon g said...

I like your out of this world design. The subtle colors look great.

Sue D said...

These are so cute. What a great way to recycle these tags.

Lagene said...

Recycling is so much fun in our craft world! Awesome tags!

Gaylynn said...

What a great set and so darn cute.

D.Ann C said...

I have a stack of tags like that. .. thanks for the fab inspiration .. these are great!

Beth F. said...

Your tags are so much fun! A great way to re-purpose them instead of throwing them away.

ionabunny said...

Great recycling. Love that out of this world stamp. Hugz

Anonymous said...

Awesome Girl!!!!!Never throw anything away. This is a real cute idea.

Teresa Doyle said...

Hi Rachael, these are awesome.
(Had to laugh when you wrote about the tags on your husbands new pants! That is SO like what I do! haha Waste not, want not! Must be our farm girl mentality??? I love it!)

Janis said...

What a fabulous way to upcycle those tags!!! These turned out adorable! Thanks for the inspiring way to recycle.
<3 J

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FrexyGirl said...

What a great idea! I love when things like that happen...finding something that would otherwise be thrown out and making it into some beautiful (and useful too)!

Happy Growing in Unity week, as well as Happy Birthday week!

Thanks for sharing your inspiring work!