Today I have easy tags for you to make with some scraps of paper and the Stampin’ Up! Scalloped Tag Topper Punch.
It is a great project to use up any 1/2” or 3/4” strips of Designer Series Paper you have sitting about. Plus if you have strips of 2 3/4” or 3” Whisper White strips as small as 1 15/16” long, you are set.
With Christmas just over a week away I had to start wrapping & tagging the gifts, but I didn’t have any Christmas tags in my wrapping supplies. Instead of running out and getting some at the store, I was able to whip these up in about 30 minutes -clean up & sizing/design included!
I started with one strip of 3”x10” Whisper White Thick cardstock & two strips which were 2 3/4”x10. As long as you have a piece bigger than the final 1 15/16” long Tag you are fine.
I placed Designer Series Paper as shown in the diagram before I cut to the smaller tag size. Doing this as a full piece saved me a little time. Once at this stage, I cut each to the 1 15/16” length and then punched the largest white end using the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch.
From this point, I The stamped to/from from Cookie Cutter Christmas and added some ribbon. Of course, you could also just hand write the to/from & use packaging Christmas ribbon if you’re in a pinch and have them on hand.
I didn’t have to run to the store AND I used up some scraps I had on hand. Now, when I need tags for other occasions I’ve already figured out the sizing and will easily be able to tag any party gift by just switching out the Designer Series Paper to fit the occasion. Thank you Scalloped Tag Topper Punch!
I hope this helps you during times you need tags. Especially Christmas Eve when many of you are up all night wrapping gifts!
Until next time…
If you saw all the Rubbermaid totes of Christmas items I have been unpacking and placing (7 emptied so far!) about my house, you’d know that “ Christmas in the Making ”is no joke for me. It is a process I quite enjoy. I only wish I had a healthy dose of energy to accomplish the final results quicker. All the same, the end results come eventually-kind of like these cards. I shared the Blends images back in a November blog post and am just now getting to share the final cards. My apologies for the delay. I hope it was worth the wait.
I love this image of girl, presents, & cat (although I would love it to be a dog) and even think it could be a great birthday card image.
I think the color combination of Black, White & Bermuda Bay gives this card a bit of a vintage feel to fit with the stamped image.
Of course, Old Olive is more along traditional color lines for the holiday.
Framing things differently can give these images a fresh look. I love all the layered framelits Stampin’ Up! offers. The stitched framelits are one of my favorites.
A Merry Christmas in the Making would have to include making and mailing cards. I hope to get them all in the mail in the next three days. They are all created! Now to write, address, and mail. I’m a bit apprehensive this year as last month my mom received a card from me which my post office approved for regular postage and when she received it it was postage due for the difference between a forever stamp & the 70cent stamps. I hope none of my recipients get a postage due notice as I do get my p.o. to approve the rate. Apparently all post offices in the U.S. are not in agreement- sadly.
The last card share today and my wish for you…Merry Christmas! Or Holiday Wishes to those who celebrate other holidays this time of year. It is a great time of year of making, creating, and enjoying company.
As a year end celebration, Stampin’ Up! will be having an end of year sale as the holiday catalog products come to an end. They have to make room for some great new Occasions & Sale-a-Bration items in the new year.
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The Stampin’ UP! Holiday catalog is about to debut to customers around the world tomorrow, September 1, 2017, and the first pages of this catalog will thrill you with the new Christmas Quilt Bundle if you or anyone you know is a quilter. Here is a sneak peek of that bundle:
I’ve had this bundle in my hands for a few weeks and am just as thrilled with it as I thought I would be.
It is not just a set for Christmas, but perfect for any season as you can change the papers you use to reflect the mood which you wish to create. Just like real making a fabric quilt gives endless results with different fabrics, this bundle can provide a different look by switching out designer series paper or cardstock colors. You could sit down and play for hours with this set!
There is so much to like about this bundle. The needle is absolutely adorable with the thread & spool. The mini stars & flowers could be used with many other sets. Also, there are dies of holly leaves and a flower which could be used as a poinsettia. Plus, it contains great geometric shapes to stamp and die cut.
As you wait in anticipation until you can order, start thinking about all the scrap paper quilt designs you can create (any 3″x3″ piece will create the main quilt piece), or imagine cross stitch embroidery floss spool cards, or creating a sewing project, or making those cute triangle trees, or adding the geometric shapes to scrapbook layouts, or… Well, you can see how my mind wanders with this set. Now you know why it was the first thing on my list during demonstrator pre-order period!
To get your own Christmas Quilt bundle or simply just to check out the new items and SU! Samples in the online store, you can shop with me HERE.
Thanks to those who support me. It is because of all of you I can continue as a demonstrator and blog my favorite hobby.
Until next time…