Every year, my mum helps her church at Christmas time. They lay on an amazing Christmas Day lunch with all the trimmings for people who find themselves on their own at this time of the year.
This year, my mum and I are organising the event together, and one of my jobs was to put together the Christmas gifts for every attendee. Such a huge responsibility!
I was pleased with the way these tags turned out. When you’ve got 120 gift bags to put together, punches make life so much simpler!
The Christmas sentiment from Flourish Filigree is gorgeous and the beautiful burlap ribbon perfectly coordinates with the tag and theme. Most of the supplies to create this gift packaging are now in the year end close out sale so take a look by clicking on the products listed below.
Making up these gift bags was such a labour of love – I adored being able to add a piece of myself and Stampin’ Up! to each and every gift. I hope they will be well received by the recipients on Christmas Day xx
This week is all about Christmas tags, and these ones are super cute and easy to put together. I love the stitched shapes framelits dies and how gorgeous these square ones look layered up together.
Although I stayed with a merry merlot/tranquil tide and copper theme throughout, I absolutely love the design break with the buffalo check background stamp. So beautiful, why did I wait so long to use it?!
Having made 6 gorgeous tags, I just had to make a matching box to hold them all in!
Click play on the video below to see how to make the buffalo check tag & tag box.
Hope you love this tag gift set as much as I do, thanks for stopping by today xx
TAG GIFT BOX BASE
- 1 x piece of cardstock 4-1/8″ x 7″
- SCORE at 3/4″ on all 4 x sides
TAG GIFT BOX WRAP
- 1 x piece of cardstock measuring 5-5/8″ x 7-3/4″
- on LONG side score @ 2-3/4″, 3.5″, 6-1/4″, 7″
The Toil and Trouble suite is so gorgeous! I’m not a huge Halloween lover but as soon as I saw the colours and designs of the DSP in this suite I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.
These mini treat bags are adorable and so easy to make. They are perfectly sized for the little Haribo sweetie bags you can buy. I folded down the bag tops so you can see both sides of this lovely paper!
Click play on the video tutorial below to see how I made them.
1 x piece of DSP measuring 5.5″ x 9.5″
On the long side score at 4.5″ & 9″
On the short side score at 1″ & 5″