Friday, December 3, 2010

12 Weeks of Christmas Crafting - Week 10

Gingerbread man tag
How cute is this little gift tag?  I know we all need them this time of year so here is an easy one. 

This one uses the Big shot die cut machine to create the tag. You will need:

Northern Frost decorative strip #120901 $21.95
Northern Flurry Textured impressions folder #120902, $7.95
Got Treats Stamp Set #119114 $24.95 wood mount, #120627 $17.95 clear mount
1 1/4" circle punch #119861, $15.95
1 3/8" circle punch #119860, $15.95
Crumb Cake cardstock, #120953, $6.95
Early Express cardstock # 119686, $6.95 and ink #119670, $5.95
Whisper white cardstock #100730, $8.50 (40 sheets)
Whisper White 3/8" taffeta ribbon #109070, $6.95
Two Tags Bigz Die #115954, $21.95
Short & Sweet stamp set #115060, $17.95
Teeny Tiny Wishes #115370, $36.95
Early Express Marker #119680, $3.50

Run your Crumb Cake cardstock through the big shot using the two tags die to make your tag.  Leave it folded out.  Run your tag through using the impressions folder and sponge a little white ink onto the snowflakes to make them pop.  Then run whisper white cardstock through using the northern frost strip and use one of the snowflakes to decorate your tag.  You can add a bit of sparkle with a rhinestone jewel #119246, $4.95 in the middle of the snowflake.  Then stamp your gingerbread man on whisper white and punch out with the smaller circle then punch a 1 3/8" circle from early expresso.  Layer onto the tag.  Then stamp your sentiments using the marker instead of ink so that you can ink only the words you want to use on the stamp.  Add your ribbon at the top and you have a lovely little tag.  Have fun!

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