A Week of Holiday Tags

Hello! This week I am going to be sharing some Christmas gift tags that I have been working on to get ready for the holidays.

Today’s tags were created from Stampin’ Up products (supply list will be listed below).

There are a lot of pictures (sorry, I got carried away!) so be sure to scroll to the bottom to see close ups.

The dies I used are called Merriest Wishes and they have a coordinating stamp set.

I began with a dark green cardstock.

Here is a picture of the four tags that I quickly created with green and white cardstock.

These took just a few minutes to cut and the detail is so cute! You could use these just as they are.

I did add Sizzix adhesive to the back of the paper to save me time when I needed to adhere it. You could run it through a zyron machine and make it into a sticker.

I wanted to add some touches and I have been all about the Nuvo Drops. I discovered this product this summer and love to use it on everything.

On this tag, I added green Nuvo to the trees and copper to the deer. I stamped the sentiment with copper Delicata ink and finished it by tying red and white twine. Look closely and you will see a small copper colored pinecone. It is ridiculously cute in person!

This tag was cut out of green and I stamped falling snow with white pigment ink. I added gold twine.

For this tag, I stamped with a light blue ink some snow over the Christmas tree. I actually used the pieces left behind from the tree die and put it on a white tag. I added red ribbon and a small silver holly leaf embellishment.

This tag was cut from white and put on a green base. I stamped Merriest Wishes in Cherry Cobbler ink, added 3 red sequins and tied on some red twine.

Here are some tags using red and gold foil cardstock.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you will come back tomorrow to see another batch of tags!

Supplies used:

Stampin’ Up Merriest Wishes Stamp and Die Bundle
Stampin’ Up Bakers Twine Trio
Stampin’ Up Mini Pinecones
Stampin’ Up Trinkets and Embellishments
Sizzix Adhesive Sheets