Edited today: You can purchase the standard tag die set directly from Spellbinder's. Just click on the link within my text below and it will take you right to the die set. Hope that helps!! I'll talk with Ellen too, I'm sure we could talk her into carrying it in her store.
Next Thursday, I'm getting the girls out of school early for a doctor's appointment then we are going shopping for Jordan's birthday. The girls are getting old enough that they like to shop for their gifts and pick out their own things so we're heading to the big city....well, bigger than our tiny town! It's always a fun day because we hit Sonic, Target, the local scrapbook store, Michael's and then I go wherever the girls want to go. Then we end the day with these wonderful frozen custards that are totally sinful.
Sooo, I thought a shopping card would be fun to make! I used the shopper girl from the Stick People set that I've been using from Rubber Soul/Wordsworth. I think she's just the cutest thing ever! I paired her up with a Spellbinder's tag die template and used my Stampin' Up! horizontal slot punch to tie the ribbon through. I then cut a green mat for the tag with my paper trimmer. The word *shop* is also by Rubber Soul, it's such a quirky, fun little alphabet set called Sally Bet. Background Hoopla paper is also by Rubber Soul and card base is a Memory Box cantaloupe notecard. Just under the patterned paper, I stamped a scallop line from a Papertrey Ink set and the bottom of the card is cut with Fiskars scallop scissors. The image was colored with Copic markers in bright, fun colors and the shopper girl's dress is covered with blue Stickles. AMuse twinkle sequins finish off the tag for some extra bling....and to hide an ink smudge!