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Christmas Gift Tags Day 1

Hello Kre8tors! Today we are talking about Christmas Gift Tags. I usually leave these to the last minute, because I don’t always know how many gifts I’m giving. I typically do all of my shopping before I wrap and tag my packages. So I need some super simple and fast tags that I can whip up in a few minutes, especially for those days when I just procrastinate a little too long!

This week I will be rolling out a series of tag videos to help inspire you to get your tags made. There are several different styles which all feature a little unique flair. I hope you enjoy all of the tags, and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel so you don’t miss out on my video tutorials.

This first tag of the week was a lot of fun to make. I ran one of the circles from the Stitched Shapes Dies on Very Vanilla cardstock through the Big Shot and layered it onto a Cherry Cobbler or Garden Green cardstock scalloped circle from the Layering Circles Dies. I stamped my sentiment from Tidings All Around onto the Very Vanilla circle. Then I used the greenery stamp from the same set and stamped it in Garden Green on the top and bottom of the circle. I used the little dots that look like berries and stamped them in Cherry Cobbler on top of the greenery pieces.

I punched a whole at the top of the tag, and then stamped the To and From stamp from the same stamp set onto the back. I threaded some Garden Green Stitched Ribbon and Real Red Ruched Ribbon through the small whole, cut angles on the ends, and then used some Linen Thread to cinch down around the ribbon. This allows for some thread tails to tie onto the packages without wasting a lot of the beautiful ribbon.

I absolutely love the way these tags turned out! They are so festive and would look beautiful on so many different wrapped packages. Leave me a comment and let me know what your favorite tag style is,
round or rectangle?

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Copper Christmas Pines Card

My inspiration from this card came from using a non-traditional Christmas color with my Pool Party Satin Ribbon. . . and so this card was born! The three pieces of black cardstock on this card were all cut from ONE piece that measures 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″! Watch the video to see how!

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I love how the black makes the Pool Party POP and gives this card a bold statement. And the Copper is simply GORGEOUS in the pine cones.

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Materials:

~Christmas Pines Bundle 143496
~Stitched Shapes Framelits 145372
~Sparkle TIEF 141468
~Whisper White Cardstock 100730
~ Basic Black Cardstock 121045
~Pool Party Cardstock 122924
~Pool Party Stitched Satin Ribbon 141691
~ Copper Embossing Powder 141636
~Versamark 102283
~Foam Adhesive Strips 141825

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