25 Days of Christmas Tags

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Hello my crafty peeps!  Today, the Newton’s Nook Design Team is joining Tracey McNeely of  www.inmycreativeopinion.blogspot.ca for the 25 Days of Christmas Tags.  You will find lots of inspiration from the team and there is also a GIVEAWAY!  Please go to Tracy’s blog post for all the details about the prizes and the giveaway!

For my tags below, I am showcasing the Winter Birds stamp set and coordinating dies along with the Holiday Greetings Die set and  Pines & Holly die set.

 

To make the tags, I started by stamping my images on some Neenah solar white card stock and colored the images in with alcohol markers.  I used the coordinating dies to die-cut the images.

Next, I die-cut the wood slices and the tags using some dies from my collection and the pine boughs using the Pines & Holly die set.  I adhered the wood slices, berries and the pine boughs for added texture and interest.   The birds were foam-mounted on the tags for added dimension.

I finished my design by adding the silk ribbon, twine and jingle bells then adhered the “be merry” die-cut sentiment using the Holiday Greetings die set.   Here’s another look:

I hope you like my tags today.  The supplies I use are listed and linked below.  Please visit Tracey McNeely’s blog post –www.inmycreativeopinion.blogspot.ca to find out more info about the giveaway and to check out the other tags created by the design team.  Have an amazing day and happy stamping!

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22 thoughts on “25 Days of Christmas Tags

  1. I love these bird stamps from Newton’s Nook, and you’ve colored them SO beautifully on these sweet tags, maria. Thanks for the inspiration in the 25 Days of Christmas Tags.
    Blessings!

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  2. The bird tags are so pretty. It makes me think of being outside in the snow. They have a very organic feel to them. Thanks for sharing. I think I’m going to grab the inspiration of grounding my tag images with a circle from yours.

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  3. I like how you colored these tags and how you used the wood slices, berries, and the pine boughs for added texture and interest really neat idea, love the stamps and dies that you used on these super cute tags

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