13 Responses to “Handmade Gift Tags!”

  1. Oh those are lovely gift tags!!! The little stocking is too cute! And love how you painted edges in gold paint…lovely!!!

  2. Very cute. But guess I’ll wait until the last minute like I always do. LOL Edna

  3. Wow….I always end up just writing the name on the package itself since I’m trying to wrap as the family arrives!! BHWAHAAAA

    Like the links, btw

  4. Lovely gift tags!! I need to make some of them too. I love that cute stamp too!!

  5. I like having pictures of the product used and links to the websites…called enabling???(sp?) Makes it much easier to reproduce projects. Thanks Sherry

  6. Well that is a GREAT Job of Putt Zing around!!!! LOL Love the tags, and MOST years (red cheeked) I just write the name ON THE PACKAGE!!!!! Not even a punched tag… UGH! I HATE that but am SO ready to be DONE by the time it’s Fat Dude time!!! KWIM? It is SO stressful and should be fun!!!! So I’m gonna start early… tee hee, NOPE Haven’t started yet!!!! LOL

    Congrats on the new lil one!!!! Awwwww…. LOVE Babies, especially someone ELSES !!!! 🙂

  7. oohh how the heck did you get that to work????/ I wanna know, lol…. b ut until I get my blog redone, might have to wait anyway.

    Those are awesome tags and I love the gold around the tag and totally been there (most likely will be there again) about the waiting until the last minute.

    :-)…..

  8. These are so cute. I want to try to get some made this year too. Sometimes I end up writing the name on the paper with black magic marker! How bad is that!

  9. Too cute! What a great head start on your Christmas tags!!

  10. Love your work…so vintage!

  11. Love your vibrant colours and texture …

  12. love all your work and using the spellbinders and other products is so inspiring. You are truly one of my mentors thank you.

  13. Such beautiful crafts, I am so impressed and jealous of your talent and creativity. I’m
    slowly learning, but have so much more to learn and practice. Thank you very much for
    sharing, Nestabilities are the greatest.

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