We hope you are having a fun and festive Holiday Season, to keep the spirit alive we have three show-stopping Christmas Magic tags to share with you. These Tags have been created with love by the Queen of Fussy Cutting, Joanne Bain. We hope you carve out some time to create this weekend. Following these tags, we have our Weekly Contest Winner to announce so be sure to see if it is you!
#SimplyG45 Gift Tag Trio
By Joanne Bain
Joanne here with you today to share a trio of sweet gift tags created with the gorgeous Christmas Magic collection. What is even better is these are a SimplyG45 project which means they cost less than $10 and can be done in one hour or less.
All that you will need to create these cute gift tags are 3 pieces of patterned paper and Kraft cardstock. For my tag backing I have used the G45 Staples Kraft ATC tags but these are not required as you can just cut tags from the kraft cardstock. Use the tag template on the back of the 12×12 collection covers.
‘Christmas Magic Gift Tags’
How cute are they?
Each of the tag bases are created exactly the same way, it only the decorative fronts that are different. The longest part of these tags is the little bit of fussy cutting needed for the layered cluster.
To add a little bit of texture between the layers I have added some torn and frayed cheesecloth pieces.
You can find my snapguide tutorial below that will show you step by step how to create one of the tags, as I said earlier in the post the bases are all the same so let your imagination go wild and create your own cute top clusters for your little gift tags. ~Joanne
How to Create Christmas Gift Tags by Joanne Bain
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Christmas Magic Collection
- Happy Holly Days
- Countdown Surprise
- Santa’s Little Helpers
- Artist Trading Tags – Kraft
I hope that I have inspired you to give these little tags a try.” ~Joanne
Weekly Contest Winner
This week’s prize package included a Club G45 – Vol 12 Kit, a $50+ value.
The winner is… Kate Russell!
This is the excellent tip Kate shared with us on Facebook: “I make “kits”. As I go…putting paper, embellishments, photos, etc into 15×15 ziplock bags as well as sketches of proposed layout or notes as to what I want to be sure to include in my story.”
Big thanks to everyone who joined us this week, and left your thoughtful comments and tips! Kate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
We want to thank Joanne for sharing these magical tags. We wish you a wonderful Holiday weekend, be safe, merry, and creative!