I've noticed that the tagger community blogs tend to be the ones that bother me the most with "cutesy" frivolous effects stuff that was super popular in the late 90's, but now annoys me (floating snowflakes across the site, auto-playing music, tons of animate GIFs, and cursor trails, etc).
A LOT also seem to have pretty risque tags. It's not so much the large breasts that bother me (at 34G, I am pretty damn used to those lol) but the fact that the women are usually in skimpy clothes or lingerie and are in extremely provocative and sexual poses. It's not something I approve of out of the privacy of one's own home and certainly not something I want my daughter to see over my shoulder.
I'm not saying it's bad, per-say, just not an environment that I would enjoy. They do have some really neat designs, though... unfortunately in tagger sizes, though, which are pretty useless for the things I want to do. lol
hi ladies i tag for 3 groups and i love to make tags i also make papers,frames,and elements working on a mini kit right now and orther things been doing tags about 4 years u can use the tag kits for items u make like elements etc they are smaller therefore better on downloading size etc and storage i use psp9 running windows 7and catshoes tuts are great took her lessons i think i have all of them.
Can tagger kits be used successfully for recipe cards and creative projects on 3x5 and 4x6 cards? Wondering...
If you just want to put a little image in the corner of the card, or print a little folded notecard, they would probably work out fine. It's pretty easy to see, open a new image the size of the recipe card and layer in the tagger images. Then go to your print mode and see how it looks in print size. I keep blank 4" x 5.5" folded notecards on hand for a quick birthday card print if I need one. I sometimes print it on paper first to see if it comes out okay.