Whew! I am totally embracing Christmas-I love it. So I have been making tags for my friend who will hopefully get her envelope of tags today. :)
I wanted to show ya'll what I had made. Most of these are fancy but just fun. I even used up a pack of rub-ons! So let's see them!
This tag is made using an old Stampin' Up stamp I found at a thrift store for like .70. I found some others too-I just haven't used them yet. I was a very happy camper that day! :)
These tags are made using Echo Parks Digital papers and cards. They had this promotion every Wednesday where they sold the paper sets and matching journal cards and stuff for $1 and maybe $1.50 for the matching cards. How could I not? So one Wednesday I bought 1 Christmas pack. The following I bought a different Christmas pack and the accent pack. I printed them out and here they are. Now the Santa is from the Graphic Fairy. I added the little plastic Christmas tree and buttons.
For these tags I used up an old pack of Provo Craft rub-ons--Yay! It had a cute Santa that I put in my December Daily book. Oh-what's that-how's my December Daily book going? Well today is Dec 20th and it stops at Dec 4th. That's how that project is going ;)
Let's just keep looking at tags!
So these Surfin' Santas are from a Close to My Heart set I bought a long time ago. They're totally rad.
These snowmen are from a Hero Arts set that I had to have this year. I love snowmen! :)
These two beauties are made from Graphic 45's chipboard and punchouts from their Twelve Days of Christmas line. I took a class with Annette Green and made an awesome mini album. She is a designer from Graphic 45 and is super creative and an awesome teacher. She had brought some projects she had made which included Christmas tags. I totally loved them! Check them out here. So I got out the jump rings and crop-a-dile...
So a couple of nights ago I got the gelli plate out. My son and I had a fun time rolling out paint and making designs. I pre-cut tags from the cricut machine. Lots of fun!
These little stockings were part of the rub-ons I used up but what makes this tag special is that I put my friend and her husband's first initial on them. Awe....I'm so sweet ;)
I love how this tag turned out. I heat embossed the background with white embossing powder. Added a few snowflakes and a K & Company snowman. The white card stock is embossed with some one of those little Tim Holtz embossing folders and then I inked it. Very fun!
Thank you for stopping by! Until next time my friends...stay warm! :)