December 10, 2016

Easy Peasy Adorable Christmas Tags with Cookie Cutter Christmas

Hey guys! Happy Saturday. Again, I find myself apologizing for going missing this week. Last Friday I woke up with a sore throat and stuffy head. Well that progressed to full on sinusitis complete with pounding headache in short order that left me not feeling up to par. But, long story short, Wednesday I started an antibiotic and I am finally seeing the happier side of things. My voice is still froggy, but, that's the beauty of blogging....you can't hear me ;)

Anyway, I wanted to share with you these adorable, quick and easy Christmas tags that I did with the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set. I was actually able to put these together in spite of feeling under the weather.
I began with a 2" x 3 1/2" piece of Whisper White and punched one end with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch, I then stamped the Gingerbread image from the stamp set using Chocolate Chip ink. I wrapped a piece of washi from the Candy Cane Lane collection around the entire tag, stamped "Put on a Happy Face" above the Gingerbread man in Real Red and "To/From" on the back of the tag, also in Real Red. I then looped a piece of Real Red bakers twine from the Candy Cane Lane collection through the hole in the tag top. And that was it. Just a few supplies and a few minutes and I have adorable tags for my little great niece and nephews Christmas gifts.
Next week I will have some sneak peaks into the up coming Spring and Sale-a-bration catalogs! So stay tuned.
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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