Wednesday, December 9, 2020

12 Days of Christmas Tags 2020; DAY NINE

Day 9 tags are so fun! I wanted a different color scheme for these - Christmas isn’t always red & green. I used a stamp set by Bo Bunny to create my own patterned paper. Before I colored it, I made a couple of copies. I didn’t want to color in each image for this project, so I just used different ink pads with sponge dauber to add circles of colors. Then I cut six 3.5x2” tags.

Each tag has a rectangle on top for a shaker element. The shakers have a combination of sequins, beds and glitter. 

I stamped six separate Santas and colored them in using the same ink pads & a water pen. Some of my Santas are a little darker complexion and I LOVE them!

Once the shakers were attached to the tag bases and the Santas were attached to the shaker bases, they were done. Then I realized that I didn’t have a spot to put the To/From. I used a circle punch to add to the ribbons on top. These tags also have an eyelet where the tag holes are.

GIVEAWAY ALERT: Don’t forget to leave a comment if you’re interested in entering the drawing. At the end of the series, I’ll put all the commenters in the drawing and pull a name. The selected person will receive one each of the 12 tags. 

Inks I used (all from Stampin’ Up):
Tempting Tuquoise
Yo-yo Yellow
Melon Mambo
Glorious Green
Only Orange
Archival Black Ink - Black Licorice from FSJ


  1. Dorlene...tooo right! Christmas isn't always red and green! I LOVE your tags they are sooo cute!! They are going to look fabulous on those packages! :) Yes ma'am, put me in that drawing!! Who wouldn't want to win fabulous art from another crafter! Blessings for the rest of your week! Felicia #29

  2. I love those tags they are gorgeous. Oh wow how lovely to win some of your art work. Wishing you a very happy woyww, Angela x19x

  3. Hi Dorlene, love the tags, and a great way to add colour without being fiddly. Stay safe, have a lovely week, hugs, Shaz #12. x


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