Friday, 21 September 2012

Really simple tag project



Not the most elaborate project in the world but quick and simple to reproduce – and another use for those handy little tags in the Autumn/Winter catalogue. I’ve taken the plainest tag, scored it down the middle and used it to decorate a cello bag topper. I would probably stamp it with some festive words, too, but I was waiting for my Greetings of the Season (p8) set to arrive when I made this and, somewhat inevitably, haven’t got round to changing it.

If you wanted to make a lot of these – bear in mind there are only four - oops sorry, FIVE - of each design so, at first glance, only five tags suitable for this project. But don’t forget that all the tags are double-sided, with a funky DSP pattern on the reverse – so, if you can bear to hide the cute little owls, baubles and reindeer, you have plenty of options. Great for craft fairs, Christmas gifts etc!

Cardstock: Cherry Cobbler
Paper: Snow Festival
Accessories: Cello bag, Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags

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