If you like clean and simple cards, with an extra dash of Christmas cuteness thrown in, you've hit the jackpot today. If I do say so myself.
I whipped up these cutie-patootie greeting cards in just a few minutes using the new Stampin' Up! gift tags and the Greetings of the Season stamp set!
There is so much to drool over in the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog, you might not have noticed the adorable Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags. These tags actually come in a little pad of 25 with five different designs (5 of each design). The tags are double-sided with a whimsical Christmasy theme on one side, and a non-Christmasy pattern on the other side.
|Stampin' Up! Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags - Pad of 25 Tags|
You can write on them, stamp on them, or use them as an accent element. They are good size tags; small enough to fit on a typical card front, and large enough to still look good on larger projects like a scrapbook page or a decor piece.
The tags were stamped with a greeting and popped onto a panel of patterned paper. (I did add some Rhinestone Jewels; Rudolph's rhinestone was colored with a red sharpie first.) I tied ribbon around the piece and then attached the whole thing to a Naturals White card base. DONE.
Who says you always have use tags as tags? Not when they're this cute!!
Coming up on Friday:
I'm so excited for World Card Making Day, I'm going to start the party a day early. Be sure to check in and see what's happ'nin' ... ;)
Today's project featured the following Stampin' Up! products:
Stamps: Greetings of the Season (W-128030, C-128033)
Ink: Riding Hood Red (126968), Gumball Green (126861)
Paper: Naturals White card stock (102316), Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper (126896), Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper Stack (126904)
Tools: Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
Accessories: Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags (128152), Baja Breeze 1/2" Seam Binding Ribbon (122331), Riding Hood Red 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon (122988), Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246)
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