Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Crafters Anonymous christmas tag swap

 Christmas tags - an absolutely necessary item to dress up a gift.
Earlier this month I made nine christmas tags to swap with the ladies in my online crafting group.
 I try to make them all the same, (well similar) to each other using the same ingredients, but they all have some little quirk or difference.
I have used the Build a wheels from the holiday catalogue Snowflake Party and Good Cheer on the background. I simply rolled the wheels in crumb cake and Early Espresso inks on the two tags die.
My ornament punch adds the point of interest with a champagne glimmer paper scallop circle and Merry Christmas 3/4" circle layered on top.
I have layered my gumball green stitched satin ribbon on top of stamped white cotton.
And the scalloped Tulle ribbon makes a soft bow at the top.
 And these are the tags I received in return. Such a variety of styles and ideas that are so pretty you could hang a few of them on the Christmas tree as decorations.
My collection of tags is from: Carole Stedman,  Dawn Fergusson,  Annette Sulivan,  Tania Cordie, Suzanne Cook, Keryn Suthers, Tia Routledge, Anne Brignall and Nerida Carter.


  1. Love the way you've used the tulle in this tag. Your gifts will be the talk of the family this year!

  2. Beautiful work on your tags. I love the tulle at the top, gives the tag an opulence feel.


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