Hello Sweeties! How about something different? I love making Christmas projects and decided to make some tags today for Christmas presents. I have a few more to do and just love all the shabby chicness of these!

Here is a peak at all the yummy details of each tag…

On the back of each tag, I stamped “To” and “From” from the All Years Wishes II stamp set in Navy Ink. I used all the colors from the Color Throwdown challenge which are Navy, Red, Yellow and Green.

All my sentiments used today are from the Christmas Greetings stamp set. I used the Kaiser Craft Silly Season Paper Pad for all my decorative papers with this tag. A bow, button and rhinestones added just the perfect amount of glam.

I love all the shabbiness of this tag! All my seam binding ribbon is from Deb’s Simple Treasures Etsy Shop. I used my favorite Christmas paper from Webster’s pages for this gift tag. Again, my sentiment is from the Christmas Greeting stamp set.

This one is my favorite! I used the Webster pages paper again but used all the pinks and greens from this paper. Joyeux Noel is from the Christmas Greeting stamp set. I just love all the colors and the gorgeous candy cane also!


Stamp Sets: Christmas Cheer

Paper: KaiserCraft Silly Season, Webster’s Pages Collection Paper Pack

Awesome Tools: Spellbinders Label 10, 19,3, Original Circles, Fleur De Lis Rectangles

A Touch of Glam: Rhinestones, Poinsettias, Deb’s Simple Treasures Seam Binding, Ribbon, Rose, Candy Cane

11 thoughts on “Christmas Tags

  1. Joan Ervin says:

    What gorgeous tags…each one is a little work of art!!! Thanks for joining us for the Color Throwdown!!!!

  2. Nina says:

    Ohlala, gorgeus tags!! Like the papers and beautiful details. Love them all 🙂
    Thanks for joining our “Anything Christmas” challenge at Stamptacular Sunday 🙂
    Hugs, Nina.

  3. Carolyn says:

    These are just great! I love simple cards that are beautiful in shape, color and sentiment. Very, very classy! Thanks for joining us at Stamptacular.

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