Yesterday I showed you some fun Christmas packaging and today we’re going to focus on labeling who those gifts are for! I’ve had a bunch of fun making the tags you see here and more. All of the tags sets I’m going to show you contain 12 tags and are packaged in medium cellophane bags (found on page 159 of the Idea Book & Catalog) with a stamped topper I made out of a 4″x4″ square of cardstock.
These little bags are wonderful for party favors, a quick little thank you gift for a hostess, teacher gifts and more!
This set was made with the Christmas Punch stamp set. I used Real Red and Glorious Green Stampin’ Write Markers to color the center of the stamp and then punched it out with the Small Oval Punch. I mounted that onto Real Red cardstock which was cut with the Scallop Oval punch. For the back I punched a piece of Whisper White cardstock with the Small Oval Punch and then stamped the “to: from:” from the same stamp set.
For the topper I used Merry Christmas from the Holidays and Wishes stamp set and the poinsettia from the Patterned Pines stamp set.
These tags were made with Bordering Blue, Whisper White and Night of Navy. I used the snowman tag from the Two Cool Dudes stamp set and the snowflake from the Patterned Pines stamp set. If you look really closely you can see that I stamped snowflakes at the base of the cellophane bag with white Stazon ink. See, I told you I’ve been having fun with Stazon!
The ornaments here are from the Delightful Decorations stamp set and then “Season’s Greetings” is from the Four the Holidays stamp set. This stamp is especially nice for gift tags because it coordinates with the Ornament punch and the stamp has “to” and “from” incorporated into the design. They’re very fast to make!
Here is another set with the Christmas Punch stamp set and then the Small Tag Punch and Tag Punch. Once again you can see I used White Stazon ink to stamp on the cellophane bag. It just adds a little something extra!!
Here’s the last set to show you today. On this one I stamped the big snowman from the Two Cool Dudes in Stazon.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the blog tour! I know I’ve had a great time making all these special projects to share with you! Please continue to check back often. I try to post each day with pictures of new projects to help inspire your creativity.
Don’t forget to continue on the trip to visit Kim Warne and the fun project she has to share with you! Tour link removed.