Here’s some weekend inspiration for you. As I mentioned a few posts ago, this is the time of year I go through my stamp sets and Bundles, and mix and match. I usually find somehting interesting to put together. It’s also the time of year I start to work on my personal holiday cards and tags. It’s something I always look forward to.

Inspired by the Celebrate With Tags Bundle, specifically the Celebrations Tag Dies, I created what I’m calling “elegant tags” and a matching gift box.

It was the snowflake die in the Celebrations Tag Dies that caught my eye. This tag design evolved from that little snowflake.

Today’s Project pieces and parts

  • The little gift box holds six tags comfortably. I include two of each color design in mine.
  • I die cut the tag with the tag die and Very Vanilla cardstock.
  • The snowflake stamp is from the Christmas Lights stamp set.
  • The pine bough is a stamp from the Christmas Banners stamp set.
  • The snowflake die is from the Celebrations Tag Dies and the pretty bow die is from the Cottage Wreath Dies.
  • I die cut the sentiment label and stamped the sentiment using a stamp and die from the Brightest Glow Bundle.

  • I stamped the snowflakes and pine bough off once using Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow ink, then adhered the red glimmer die cuts.
  • The tag with the gold glimmer die cuts is stamped with Crumb Cake ink and the tag with the green glimmer die cuts is stamped with Soft Succulent ink.

The quick and easy gift box

  • I put together a quick PDF Project Sheet you can download and print. It includes the gift box dimensions.
  • Click the button below to download the PDF Project Sheet.

You can also watch the Video Tutorial belopw to see how I put this little “gratitude gift” together. You can also click here for the video tutorial.

So, create a few tags and a pretty gift box, add a belly band, and give a handmade gift of gratitude to someone special.

… the only limitation is your imagination!

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