Gold Foil Christmas Tags

This holiday season I have been so inspired to create Christmas tags!  There are so many different ways you can use tags. You can create pretty packages, use them on cards or even on your scrapbook pages. I received a fun package of sparkly gold products in the mail from a friend of mine so I decided to turn them into pretty little tags.

What you might find interesting is that the designer paper used to create these beautiful tags was not Christmas paper at it. It is a beautiful pack of designer paper from the Bundle of Love suite. But it certainly worked well for these tags.

There are some fabulous gold products in the catalogs this year. Gold sequins, foil snowflakes, ribbon, glimmer paper, foil, patterned paper…just to name a few. I just love the elegant and sparkly look of gold on my projects.

Now there are a variety of different die cuts and punches you can use to create your tags. So grab some of your favorite supplies and get busy creating! I find that when I layer different shapes together it gives my projects a fun look!

To create the tag, I would recommend using the scalloped tag topper punch. It creates a pretty little top for your tag with very little effort. The tags I showcased here measure 2 x 4-1/4 inches in size. The opening for the tag punch is 2 inches so you will want to keep your tags 2 inches or less in width. Once you have created the base of the tag, then decorate as desired!

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Christmas Tags

Tis’ the season of decorating and gift wrapping! There are so many fun ways to package up gifts! And a handmade tag adds the perfect little touch to your Christmas gifts. I have been busy creating a variety of Christmas tags by using my punches and, of course, doing a bit of fussy cutting. But don’t worry, the fussy cutting is simple to do! You can create a bunch of fun Christmas tags, like these, to decorate your gifts!

Elves, Reindeer, and Santa!  How adorable are these?

You can get all of the details on how to create these adorable little tags by watching the video tutorial at >>> https://www.facebook.com/stamptasticdesigns/videos/1875527599141599/

I hope you enjoy them!  Happy Holidays!

 

 

 

 

Oh What Fun ~ More Project Ideas

I hope you are enjoying all of the Oh What Fun Tag Kit project ideas I have been sharing this week!  Today I have the last 5 projects to share with all of you!  Did you notice how easy it is to use this kit to create cards and tags? If you missed the first 5 projects, be sure to check out the post from the other day so you don’t miss a single project idea!Oh what fun tag cardsAlright, let’s get started!  Wondering what supplies you will need? Well there is a complete list of supplies at the end of this post so be sure to check it out! Here are the last 5 projects that I created with the Oh What Fun Tag Kit! Enjoy!

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Start with a piece of whisper white cardstock for the base of your card. Cut a 5 1/4 x 4 inch piece of mint macaron cardstock. Stamp the little squiggly image across the top and bottom of the cardstock using mint macaron ink. Adhere the tag to the center of your card with dimensionals.
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Start with a piece of mint macaron cardstock for the base of your card. Stamp the holly berry image down the left hand side of the card front using mint macaron ink. Add your tag to the card front; secure it with dimensionals. Note: Save those jingle bells in the kit for your tags.
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Start with a piece of garden green cardstock for the base of your card. Cut a 5 1/4 x 4 inch piece of whisper white cardstock and emboss it with the softly falling textured embossing folder. Secure one of your tags to the center of the card with dimensionals.
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Start with a piece of real red cardstock for the base of your card. Emboss the front of the card using the Boughs and Berries embossing folder (or any of your favorite folders). Adhere your tag in the middle of the embossed design using dimensionals.
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Start with a piece of mint macaron cardstock for the base of your card. Adhere a paper doily to the center of the card front using a snail runner or other adhesive. Add a little silver metallic doily behind your tag. Secure your tag over the doily using dimensionals.

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Oh What Fun ~ Project Ideas

Today, I will show you how to create some quick and simple Christmas cards with the Oh What Fun tag kit. This adorable kit contains all of the supplies you need to create 30 Christmas tags.  To get started, I recommend that you assemble all of your tags first. There are 10 different tag designs so you will be using one tag from each of the 10 different designs to create your cards. In the end, you will have 10 cards with 2 coordinating gift tags.Oh what fun tag cardsI used all of the materials that came in the tag kit but I also had to add a few other supplies, like cardstock, so that I could make some of the tags into cards.  As you can see, there are traditional Christmas colors such as the real red and garden green but there is also a non-traditional color in this kit called Mint Macaron. Be sure to have these colors of cardstock and ink on hand so that you can create coordinating cards and tags. So let’s take a closer look at the first 5 projects:

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Start with a piece of garden green cardstock for the base of your card. Stamp some of the holly berry images on the front of the cardstock using garden green ink. Add a paper doily to the top of the card and secure one of your pre-made tags to the front using dimensionals.
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Start with a piece of whisper white cardstock for the base of your card. Tie a bit of silver cording trim around the mint macaron lace trim on each of the tags. Adhere the Oh What Fun tag to the front of your card using dimensionals. Note: Save all of the Jingle Bells for embellishing your tags.
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Start with a piece of whisper white cardstock for the base of your card. Emboss it with the Softly Falling Textured embossing folder. Cut a 2 1/2 x 4 inch piece of mint macaron cardstock to matte out one of your tags for the card; adhere the tag to this piece with a snail runner or other adhesive. Adhere the matted piece to the center of your card with dimensionals.
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Start with a piece of real red cardstock for the base of your card. Secure a paper doliy to the center of the card front using a bit of snail or other adhesive. Secure one of your tags to the doily using dimensionals.
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Start with a piece of whisper white cardstock for the base of your card. Emboss the front of the card with the softly falling embossing folder. Secure one of your tags to the card with dimensionals. Then embellish it with some of the silver sequins that came in the kit.

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Oh What Fun

Good Morning!  It’s November already! That means Christmas will be here before we know it! Well today I have some fun Christmas projects to share with you that will help you get ready fast!  The projects feature tags from the Oh What Fun tag kit. You can make 30 tags from this kit, yes 30!  Oh what fun tagsThe great thing about tags is that they are not just for presents…you can make cards with them too! This week I will share a variety of cards and tags I created with this kit. I will showcase 10 different card designs as well as 2 coordinating tags for each card. You can decide if you want to make all cards, all tags or a combination of cards and tags. There are so many possibilities with this kit! So gather up your supplies and get ready to create some fun Christmas projects!

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