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Whew, where did the time go today?! I will tell ya where. . . into scrapping!! Today I worked on Christmas cards. I have been making tons of them over the past few months and I still need more. Today I made about 30 more cards. I also made Christmas tags to put onto presents, and also got all the presents mailed out to my side of the family. I have felt like an elf in Santa’s studio! It has been lots of fun, but it sure is time consuming sometimes.
Tomorrow, I need to make more cards, finish the scrapbook pages for the grandparents, and start on the cookie baking! So much fun!!
Anyway, so for day 44, I have some 5 minute tags to share with you. Since it is actually almost 2AM here, I am going to go ahead and schedule my day 45 (which is actually today) for later in the day.
I want to show you how easy peasy it is to make your own tags for your gifts!
These tags looks super cute, but they were so quick to make. The hardest part of the process for me was deciding what shape to make them. Of course, if you don’t have a Cricut or die cutting machine, you can always make them squares.
These tag shapes were cut from the Cricut Winter Frolic cartridge. There is a shadow layer and the layer with the tree cut out. I used some Echo Park paper from the Wintertime Collection. Echo Park papers are available in the SP and Company store so head over and check it out.
Also, I used a sentiment from the SP and Company Christmas Emma Stamp set to jazz up the tags a bit. And finally, I added a bit of Stampin’ UP 1/8inch Marina Mist ribbon.
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