Whether we like it or not, Christmas is only 35 days away! Here’s my two furbabies last Christmas:
Yep… They got bow-ties for Christmas! But I digress…!
I’m a teacher in a primary school and Christmas means Christmas raffle. Donations are currently being asked for, so why not put my craft-pertise to good use?!
Tonight I made a set of 10 gift tags. Very easy to make. I’ve put measurements below.
I used the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set and coordinating punch to make the reindeer. He is stamped with Early Espresso ink on Crumb Cake cardstock. He is adhered with dimensionals to make him pop out a bit.
You can make 18 gift tags from one piece of DSP. Cut strips 4″ by 2″ then used the scalloped tag topper punch to create the top of the tag, including the ribbon slot.
I punched two 1.5″ circles from contrasting colours to add a bit of interest in the background. In this case, I’ve used Early Espresso and Emerald Envy.
The “To/From” has been stamped on a piece of cardstock 2″ by 3/4″. If you look closely, I’ve double-stamped it in two shades (Emerald Envy and Mint Macaron) to create a shadow effect. This tied in the green of the ribbon and the green of the punched circle.
Add a bit of ribbon and voilà!
The countdown is on. Are you ready for Christmas?