First is a set of gift tags using a die by Papertrey Ink and some cute icon stickers and embellishments from the collection. I love creating some extra special tags for my Mom and Sisters each year.
For my second set of tags I created some simple hanging tags using a circle tag die by Lawn Fawn and some Doodle twine. I kept these really simple to make mass production a breeze. I embellished one side by punching circles from a piece of patterned paper found in the 6x6 pad from the collection. On the back, I punched another circle from white cardstock and added my "to" and "from".
My last set of tags is probably the most simple of the bunch, but they are the ones I will reach for the most. I die-cut the circle tag from a number of different patterned papers and another basic circle from white cardstock. I then stamped a simple "to" and "from" before adding a little bow with liquid adhesive.
When I was done, I went through and added score tape to the back of each tag so when I'm wrapping gifts I can just peel and stick. Love that I was able to create all my tags for the season in an evening.
I hope I've inspired you in your holiday crafting. Why not invite some girlfriends over, put on some Christmas music and have a fun evening of making holiday tags together?
Interested in the products I used to create my projects today? To make supplies easier for you to find, I have listed them below (affiliate links included).
Supplies Used (available at Scrapbook.com)