Sunday, November 6, 2016

Christmas Tags

Good Sunday Morning!
On the Dies R Us Blog again today to share some pretty little Christmas Tags with you.
It seems we've all flipped the switch and moved directly into the Holiday Season.  So let's begin. 
Back in August I bought this sweet little Christmas Tree by Die-Versions.  It was on Close-Out, which means it was at a ridiculously low price and only in limited quantities.  These are the things you should keep an eye out for at the Dies R Us Store.  Super Savings to YOU!
There are so many lovely Christmas Tree dies available, it's really just a matter of preference. 
All of my tags incorporate a Scripted Word by Sizzix.  
Here are a few wordy dies in the Store you might like:
All of my Tags were cut using the Stitched Traditional Tags by Die-Namics

I layered 2 of the tree die cuts and scored down the middle to create a bit of dimension.  I then cut Yellow card stock for the star topper.  2 Rustic Ribbons for accents.

This pretty little Tag uses the gorgeous Poinsettia  die by Impression Obsession.  Cut in Hot Pink, Light Pink and Vellum card stocks.  Adorned with Adhesive Rhinestones, Sequins and Pink Gingham Ribbon.

This fun Tag uses the fantastic Twilight Snowflake by Memory Box. 

I cut several snowflakes out of White Glitter Paper, which is easy to do, as there are 4 snowflakes in this set as well as 2 different sized star centers.  I layered one using 5 of the die cuts, awesome dimension!  Added a few more around and some Glittery Ribbon to complete my look.

My last Tag uses the Holly Leaf by Cheery Lynn.  Look at the texture on the leaves themselves, so pretty!  Berries were cut from Red Glitter Paper and then I added a fab Christmas Ribbon.

Really so much FUN to make!
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