Gorgeous Gift Tags

Posted on Dec 10, 2015 8:56:02 AM

Hi there, Karen here today to share some little tag-shaped cards. Actually, they are the perfect size to be used as a gift card holder. The ColorWays line coordinates so easily that when you are using a sketch, they come together in no time at all. Keep this gem of an idea in your back pocket just in case you need that last minute holiday gift.

Directions:
1. Follow the tag sketch by Scrapbook Generation in CREATE Magazine (Debbie Sanders - September 2015)

sketch

2. Cut a piece of cardstock for the tag base and select two coordinating papers for the circle and bunting shape.

3. Next, arrange the sentiment and embellish the tag with puffy stickers, diecut shapes, gems, etc.

4. Finally, punch a hole through the center of the top of the tag. Add a bow or tie a piece of ribbon through the hole. 

TIP: Use design sketches for inspiration, but don't feel restricted to follow them exactly. For the black tag, I reversed the sketch. My placement of embellishments was also different from the sketch because the sentiment took up more space. Some elements of the design you may choose to completely leave off. Use the sketch as a guide but let your creativity flow to make it your own creation.

Title: Hello Hearts

hello

hello_1

hello_2Product Used:

Paper House ColorWays Noir Birchwood 12" Scrapbook Paper
Paper House ColorWays Noir Accent Pack
Paper House Explore Puffy Sticker

black cardstock, organza ribbon, black gems, hole punch, gold bead, needle and thread

Title: You Make Every Day Happy

happy

happy2

happy3Product Used:

Paper House ColorWays Sapphire Accent Pack
Paper House ColorWays Sapphire Trim Cards 12" Scrapbook Paper
Paper House Explore Puffy Sticker
Paper House Enjoy Puffy Sticker

navy blue cardstock, hole punch, blue ribbon

Visit Paper House to see their whole beautiful range of coordinating papers and embellishments, and stop by my blog, Art & Soul, to see more of my inspiring creations.

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Posted in Scrapbooking Holidays Card Making By Tara Sturm

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