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How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags

How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags by Jamie Pate

How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags

Minimal holiday tags made with minimal product

How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags by Jamie Pate

 

There is still a bit of the Winter Wonderland Paper Line to be found in the SHOP. Click through to see what I mean. Meanwhile, here are a few ways to use just a couple of products to make white, wintery, and wonderful tags.

 

How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags by Jamie Pate

 

First make a bunch of tags. You can see this VIDEO HERE to see how I made several different sized tags all at once. Mainly just so I could have them at the ready. But also because I wanted to share here how easy it is to make some sweet tags.

For the Seasons Greeting Tag, I took a white medium sized tag, and while it is hard to see, there is a subtle frosty stencil design that I added to the tag. Trust me. It’s there. I stamped the Seasons Greeting Sentiment on the same white cardstock. It was fussy cut out to it’s banner shape. That was popped up on the tag with dimensional foam tape. The buffalo check notched tag is from the Cardstock Sticker set. I punched a hole at the top. The tiny tag was made with all the rest of the tags. I stamped JOY from the Stamp and Die Set. Those two tags were strung with the silver elastic string. Tag number one is done.

 

How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags by Jamie Pate

 

The second tag is sized slightly smaller than the first. It too has a subtle frosty asterisk design stenciled to the background. Next I die cut the Christmas from the Stamp and Die Set onto the same white cardstock. Using a bit of glue in places on the back the die cut was adhered to the tag. The black label is from my stash of labels, it was stamped with the Merry Clear Stamp. The label was then wrapped around the edge and adhered in place. The grey star is from the Cardstock stickers and was stapled using a small stapler. Bakers twine through the tag top was the finishing touch. Tag number 2 is one for the books.

 

How To Make Beautiful Winter Wonderland Tags by Jamie Pate

 

The last tags are smaller still than the first two. This time a dotted stencil was used to create the background. That sweet dear die is also from the Stamp and Die Set. It was used to die cut shapes from white textured cardstock. The deer was popped up on the tag with dimensional foam tape. The ‘to:’, from the Clear Stamp Set, was stamped to the tag. The tiny tags were already made at the start, and were now stamped with the ‘season of giving’How  stamp that comes with the Stamp and Die Set. The tiny tag was strung to the tag with the silver elastic string. Then another dose of the bakers twine was added to the tags to finish the look.

Check out this video HERE for a tag tutorial.

Let’s see, what all products from Winter Wonderland did we use today:

Clear Stamp Set
Stamp And Die Set
Cardstock Sticker Set

Three products. Three tags. Some of your paper crafting stash I know you already have. These minimal products make for beautiful minimal tags. Sounds like a great creative sesh to me.

Find Winter Wonderland right now in the Heidi Swapp Shop.

author: Jamie Pate

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