Are you looking for some easy, last minute Christmas gift tags ideas? I am sharing 4 tags that you can easily mass-produce, showcasing the Waffle Flower Crafts Special Delivery stamp set and die set, with the Doodlebug Milk and Cookies Odds and Ends, and the Stitched Scalloped Nesting Tag Dies by Kat Scrappiness, available at the shop.
I started out by stamping my images on Neenah solar white card stock with my Memento Tuxedo black ink using my Tim Holtz Tonic Stamp Platform. I colored the images in with my Copic markers.
Using my new favorite Sharpie White Paint Pen, I added some white polka dots on the images then die-cut them using the coordinating die. I also die-cut the tags using the Stitched Scalloped Nesting Tag dies on white card stock. I used an embossing die from my stash to add some details on my tag.
I adhered the images onto my white tags, and added the Gingerbread Men from Doodlebug and sequins on the red bows, using the Sparkling Clear Slid Confetti mix. Here are the tags:
I also made some stocking-stuffers today showcasing the Chocolate Lover’s sentiment stamp set available only at Kat Scrappiness. These giant candy bars look so cute!
I hope you like these last-minute ideas to create your own Christmas tags. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. Have a very, Merry Christmas!
Hello everyone! I am back to share with you a very special card that I made, dedicated to our Kat Scrappiness Design Team Coordinator, Deb Peterson Rauch. I am showcasing the Bear and Bird stamp set and its coordinating dies, the Concord & 9th Tree Ring Background stamp, Kat Scrappiness Double-stitched rectangle dies and the Blessed Scripty dies, plus other products available at the shop.
I will not have any step-by-step instructions or a process video for this card. It is very simple but I love how it turned out.
This card is dedicated to Deb. I am “blessed to be Deb’s friend”. Deb has a huge heart. When I got sick, a few weeks ago, Deb has been (and still is) such a great confidant to me! She was my constant support during those times when I feel like I would never get better. When I start panicking with the pains I had, I would constantly send Deb a message and ask her so many medical questions and she would immediately give me answers, advice, support and recommendations. It didn’t matter what she was doing that day, she would always send me a reply and make me feel “safe” and less paranoid. Both Deb and Kathleen understood that I had to take it easy and need time to heal. Thank you, Kathleen Driggers. Thank you, Deb for all the things that you do, for being my friend, and a great DT Coordinator. This card is for you:
I hope you like the card today and got inspired. The supplies I have used are listed and linked below. Have a blessed and wonderful day!