5 Minute Xmas Tag Card

Hi everyone! Well it is November so that means Christmas really is just around the corner now! I am so excited because I love this time of year. If you have been reading for a while, you will already have seen plenty of Christmas cards from me this year. I am definitely already in full blown Christmas mode. I love it!  When do you start feeling that Christmas spirit??

Today I have a pretty simple Christmas card to share. This one is another one of my 5 Minute Cards because I already had the DIY embellishment leftover from a Frugal Friday episode, click here to watch it now.


Steps to make this card:
For this tag card, I just layered a strip of white cardstock and various papers from the This & That Christmas collection from Echo Park, which was part of the September SP Monthly Kit.

I layered the different papers and then stamped my sentiment on the white layer. This sentiment is from the Filled with Cheer Emma stamp set.

I then cut my stack of layered papers a little bit wider than my sentiment.  Those cuts created a large skinny rectangle.

At the top of the rectangle, I just cut off two of the corners to create my tag shape. I just eyeballed this whole process, no measuring!!

I then punched out a big hole at the top of the tag and tied a bow. This ribbon is from PaperTrey ink and it is their saddle stitch grosgrain ribbon.

After the tag was complete, I added some patterned paper to the card base and then attached the tag shape to the card.

To finish off the card, I added a pretty scallop flower embellishment that I had leftover. TA DA! Then the card was complete!

Here is another look at this card:

That’s all for today! I hope that you have a fabulous day & I will catch ya again tomorrow. See ya!

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8 thoughts on “5 Minute Xmas Tag Card

  1. Cute card!!! I am in Christmas mode now. I can’t wait to start decorating my house. My Christmas cards are half way done. And today I start listening to Christmas music.

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