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For my hop project I made some tags to use on our Christmas gifts this year. The colour theme we have for our gift wrapping this year is navy, white and silver. NOT my first choice by any means, lol, but it was impossible to get kraft, golds, browns and oranges this year (which is the colour of our tree decorations and our lounge), so we went with something completely different, haha! I was going to photograph the tags with the wrapped gifts, but as all the paper we have used is foiled, it was impossible to photograph them without me in the reflection, haha! So I decided to just photograph one tag and show you the front and back.
I cut out 2 tags from Bazzill Nightmist cardstock using the Sugar Cuts: Gift Tag die and glued the "wrong" sides together so that the front and back of the tag were both a nice canvas texture. I then added a dotted border to both sides using a white gel pen. I stamped the dotty label stamp from the Sweet Chic Collection: Layered Treat Labels in Versamark ink and heat embossed it with WOW! silver embossing powder. I then cut it out using the corresponding Sugar Cuts: Layered Treat Label die. I also used this die set to cut out the navy circle and the white circle, plus I used one of the pierced circle dies in the same set to add detail to the white circle die cut.
The sentiment is from the Sweet Chic Collection: Sweet Treats - Christmas stamp set, and again I stamped this in Versamark ink and heat embossed it with silver ep. I cut out the largest star, the pierced banner, and the "to" and "from" words from silver mirri card using the internal dies from the Sugar Cuts: Gift Tag die. I simply glued the pierced banner to the bottom of the front of the tag and snipped off the ends so it was flush with the edges of the tag. The "to" and "from" die-cuts were fixed to the back of the tag, ready to add the recipient and sender's details with white gel pen:
Here are the graphics of the sets I used for my tag:
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