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I love creating my own gift tags and this set makes it super easy!! But of course, I made a card for you today as well to show the versatility of this set :)
Let's first take a peek at the tags I made...
This set comes with 3 different shaped tag dies along with a stamp set that is full of beautifully written Christmas sentiments. I created a shaker tag using the scalloped shaped tag (the heart comes from the Stitched Scallop Heart Die Set). The stamped snowflake in the centre is also part of this new stamp and die set! On the second tag, I heat embossed the sentiment with Metallic Copper Embossing powder from WOW (this is currently my favourite colour!)
I added a few flowers cut from red and green cardstock using the Stitched Pretty Flowers and Leaves Die set. I heat embossed the centres of the flowers with the same embossing powder.
The stamp set comes with a "to" and a "from" which I stamped on the back of each tag.
Now onto the card and the third shaped tag die!
The Christmas tree tag has a star with a hole where you place your string or ribbon. I just snipped this portion off. I added some green ink to the tree and the round ornaments are actually the floral centres from the Stitched Pretty Flowers and Leaves!! I used the smallest star die from the 3 Star Stitched Die Set. The background uses the snowflake stamp that's included in this new set and I just stamped it using Versamark in for a watermark look.
Please don't hate me but I cut apart one of the sentiments from the stamp set. This allowed me to place it horizontally across the card. I thought it would be fun to heat emboss on a strip of vellum and wrap it around the card front. (I must apologize for the quality of my photos today. It is dark and gloomy and no amount of editing seemed to fix this problem!!) I used Nuvo Crystal Glaze to add dimension and shine to the ornaments.
Here's a look at all that I made with this new stamp and die set. On the right hand side, you can see the original shape of the tree tag as well as the "tis the season" sentiment :)
I hope you enjoyed my projects for today! Next up on the hop is the talented Miss Ruthie!!!