Christmas Tags Technique

Hi, guys!

Looking for a little extra inspiration? I’m up on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L blog today, sharing a fun technique for making Christmas tags. I’m showing how to make¬† window tags!

Here’s a little peek at my tags.

Christmas Tree Window Tags by Teri for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L

Stop on by over there for the scoop on how to make your own Christmas Tree Window Tags. They take a little more time than one layer tags but they are so fun looking when put together. It’s so worth the extra time!

I hope you’ll check out my post!

See you again soon, friends!

25 Days of Christmas Tags

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Hi guys!

Super tickled to be contributing a couple tags to Tracey McNeeley’s 25 Days of Christmas Tags festivities today! What is 25 days of Christmas Tags, you ask? Simple. It’s a literally a 25-day event of tag inspiration. Every. Single. Day. For 25 days. Tags, tags and more handmade cards.

Today, Tracey’s highlighting tags made with products from Technique Tuesday.¬† You know me. I have a soft spot for TT. (Wink!)

Handmade Christmas Tags by Teri // terisplace.wordpress.com

The images on both of these tags came from a planner stamp set I designed for Technique Tuesday called Planner – Christmas Doodles. They are all hand drawn little doodles for Christmas that work in a planner, but also work pretty great to make tags and cards too.

Planner Christmas Doodles stamp set from Technique Tuesday // TechniqueTuesday.com

I basically just stamped a bunch of washi strips and a bunch of flags, added a little color with markers and the fussy cut them out with my scissors. The extra white detailing was pulled off with the help of a white gel pen.

Handmade Christmas gift tags by Teri // terisplace.wordpress.com

The words on my tags are from the Classic Christmas Sentiments stamp set, but TT has a bunch of Christmas themed stamps with phrases that would have worked well for these tags. The little toppers at the top of my two tags were cut with the Tag Toppers dies.

Alright! That’s all I have. Be back later, friends. Thanks, as always, for stopping by.