Saturday, January 16, 2010

JustRite Font TAG

What totally drew me to JustRite over a year ago, was the ability to create my own wording. I come from a background of commercial art, back in time where you set your own letterpress to create your words, messages, and text. Way before the computer age! JustRite font usage is far easier to use than that, and gives me the ability to set up all letters, names, and sentiments that I need on my papercrafting creations! One can even add to other types of lettering, as I have on this baby gift tag. I covered a chipboard letter, then added my JustRite Brayton font letters to complete the name I need on the tag. Check out these designers font creations, Sharon, Angela, Kathy, and Kelli.
I had the sweet baby boy sentiment from a previous sticker pack, gorgeous ribbon is from the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store. Designer paper is Earthy from Crafty Secrets and coordinates with the card I posted yesterday! Now I have the card, tag, and will show you the entire ensemble tomorrow with the crocheted baby blanket I made!
The first Friday of every month, JustRite will be hosting a JustRite Friday challenge! This week is to get out your JustRite font and create! Easy enough! AND when you post your creation on the JustRite blog you will be eligible for a 50 dollar JustRite gift certificate! And what better time to win, so you can acquire all those new sets being released! Exciting indeed! You have until Thursday, January 21, 10pm est to post your creation with Mr. Linky found on the JustRite blog!
Take good care! Have a super Saturday! See you tomorrow with the complete baby gift package! A reminder, JustRite Design Team Blog Hop, this Monday!

3 comments:

Angela said...

very cute tag Barb. I love how you stamped each letter individually and then punched them out. Gives lots of dimension to the tag
TFS,
Angela

Conniecrafter said...

so cute, I especially like the wavy tag with the sentiment!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

This is absolutely gorgeous Barb!!! What a fabulous personalised tag!! It was the personalisation that drew me to JR too!! :)