Dec 19, 2016

3 Little Christmas Tags

Good Monday Morning!
Donna Phelan back again to share some last minute Holiday Gift Tags with you!
All of my Tags use a Sizzix Holiday Script die, but these Festive Words from Dees Distinctively Dies would be a fabulous addition!  
Each of my Tags also use the Rustic Twig Wreath by Sue Wilson Designs and a Die-Namics Stitched Traditional Tags die.  Foliage 2 greenery by Paper Smooches and Birds by Impression Obsession.
Swiss Dots Embossing Folder, Gingham Ribbon, Jute Twine and Button for accents.

Twilight Snowflakes by Memory Box cut in White Glitter Paper. 
Sparkly Ribbon and Adhesive Pearls for accents.

The Poinsettias are part of the Fanciful Poinsettia Ornament die by Memory Box, which is unavailable now, but the Dies R Us Store has a glorious greenhouse of Poinsettia Dies so many to choose from.  A little Designer Paper, Jute Twine and Button and a pretty Poinsettia Ribbon for accents.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Sue Wilson Designs - Festive Collection - Rustic Twig Wreath
Rustic Twig Wreath
Sue Wilson Designs
Foliage 2
Paper Smooches

Impression Obsession - Dies - Birds
Impression Obsession

Memory Box - Dies - Twilight Snowflakes
Twilight Snowflakes
Memory Box

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  1. Donna, the Queen of tags has done it again! Theses are fabulous and each are little works of art with the dies you have used!

  2. Oh Donna, your tags are just overflowing with rustic charm! I love the designs of each tag and the colors are perfect! What a great use of those word dies. So sweet!!

  3. WELL! Aren't you the clever one! These are AWESOME Donna! Fabulous inspiration on using these dies! Great job!

  4. they are all so pretty, love the snowflakes in the shape of a wreath!!


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