Hello! Lisa here once again with a quick post featuring some Christmas tags I made recently.
The first selection are all made using the lovely North Pole range from Kaisercraft, which is one of my favourites this festive season. The light, bright colours and fresh designs suit our Southern Hemisphere Christmas perfectly, I think! :)
I've used basic plain manila tags, and covered them with a selection of papers cut to size. I added various embellishements (stickers from the sticker sheet, some Collectables, a little tree, a red paper flower and some bling) and then tied an assortment of ribbons through the tops of the tags. Quick and easy, and very cute!
The second bunch of tags are made using the same older Basic Grey range I used for one of the Christmas home decor projects in this post. I used a slightly smaller size of tag, and covered all but one of them in patterned paper, then fussy cut a mixture of the little deer from one of the sheets. I embellished a couple with bling, and left the others plain.
Again, some ribbon and natural twine through the tops of the tags finish them off. I really like how these ones turned out, and I have to admit that I'm very tempted to keep them for myself! Maybe I'll buy myself some craft supplies, wrap them up and pop the tags on the packages. ;) (I'm only half-kidding, haha!)
Thanks so much for looking, and don't forget to enter your Christmas projects in the contesthere - there are some great prizes to be won!