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Vintage Travel CHA Release- Luggage Tag

Today I'm thrilled to share the new Vintage Travel Luggage Tag from Eileen Hull's new release. I love the versatility of this die.  It was hard not to make it all "Traveled" and vintage.  I really wanted to use this did in a different way.  This would make a great layer for a page, tag or card. 
 
 
 
I covered the luggage tag with Glassine I crinkled up. 
 
I added some of my pre-made Tattered Pinecone flowers and greens.
 
 
I colour tinted a found relatives card and added the banner.  To keep with the "Vintage Travel" theme I stamped "explore" with my mini stamps.

 
I attached a mess bow for the top in the matching colors the colour tinted kids have.

 
I can't wait to make this Luggage Tag again!  Wouldn't it look amazing on Canvas too!

 
Thank you for stopping by for my CHA peeks!  I have more posting so don't miss out.
 
The rest of the Design Team will be linking up their CHA projects so you can always click HERE to see the latest!
 
Michelle Zerull
Tracy Evans
Anne Redfern
Pam Bray
 
 
 
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  1. Stunning Nicole, wonderfully designed and showcased. Love it. Happy New Year and huge hugs. xxx

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  2. Wow,gorgeous tag !!!!
    Best regards Berdien

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  3. Wonderful way to showcase this die...it's now on my MUST HAVE list!! happy weekend, hugs and smiles :)

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  4. Your luggage tag is absolutely stunning, I love that you used a Found Relative and you have made it look so wonderfully vintage - just gorgeous! With only two days to do all my samples I did not get round to the tag but I will definitely be making something now that I have seen this beauty! Anne xx

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  5. I love how this turned out Nicole!

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  6. Beautiful tag Nicole, I am loving this new range.
    Julie x

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  7. SO exciting to see the new releases at last! LOVE what you've done here with the luggage tag. Jenny x

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  8. After seeing this-budget or not I'm getting this die. So many,many things I can do with it. Thank you for the lovely inspiration.

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