Are your presents all wrapped and under the tree? If so , you are way ahead of me!! I am sharing some Christmas Gift Tags for you today using several of the wonderful products from the 2016 Holiday Catalog, soon to be replaced by all of the wonderful new products from Stampin’ Up! Before I share them, though, I want to remind you I am giving away some blog candy this weekend. Check out my post from yesterday HERE that tells you all about it.
Here is a group shot of the Christmas Gift Tags.
I didn’t just make them flat tags, though, they are folded, and I have stamped the To and From on the inside.
For these tags, I used the Christmas Stockings Thinlits Dies. I used the largest die to cut the base stocking in Whisper White Thick card stock. I cut a 2 1/4″ x 5″ panel of Whisper White and scored it at 2 1/2″. Then, I placed the large plain stocking die on my paper with the top edge of the die just above the top of the paper (where the fold was) and ran it through the Big Shot. Next, I used Real Red, Cucumber Crush and Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer paper to create the cute cut outs. stocking tops and bows. I used my 1/8″ Handheld Circle Punch to create a hole for the tie.
This next picture shows how I stamped the inside of all of the gift tags.
Here is a close up of the tag created with the Jar of Love, Jar of Cheer and the Everyday Jars Framelits Dies.
For this gift tag, I used Kraft card stock. I stamped the jar and the snowman image in Soft Suede ink. Then I inked the snow image from Jar of Cheer in Versa Mark ink, sprinkled it with White Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat embossed it. I colored in the scarf, hat and nose with Cucumber Crush, Real Red and Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Write Markers. To cut out the tag, I lined up the jar framelit at the top of the fold in the paper. I let it hang over the top edge just a little so that I would have another folded tag. I used the lid stamp from Jar of Love and stamped it in Real Red onto Whisper White card stock and die cut it. The holly and berries are from Hang Your Stocking. I also used a little Wink of Stella to make the snow areas sparkle!
I wanted to try my hand at one more tag with a fold, so I stamped the gingerbread boy from Cookie Cutter Christmas in Crumb Cake ink onto Whisper White thick card stock. That was too thick for my Cookie Cutter Punch, so I switched to regular Whisper White card stock. I cut another panel about 2″ x 5″, folded it in half and stamped right at the top of the fold, then punched it out making sure I left some of the fold in tact. Hopefully, that makes sense!
I punched a hole again and added some of the Candy Cane Lane Baker’s Twine (used in all of the tags) so that the tag can be attached to a gift.
Are you ready to try creating some folded Christmas Gift Tags?
Products used in creating my gift tags are listed at the end of the post.
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Stampin’ Up! Products Used in Creating the Christmas Gift Tags:
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