It's dreary here today with a little spritzing of rain and around 55 degrees.
On to today's project:
I made four tags/ornaments using Stampin' Up's Antique Tags Stamp Set and SU's Delicate Ornaments Thinlits Dies.
There's two different SU color combinations; Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow, Real Red and Old Olive.
I die cut the large bulb die from SU's Delicate Ornaments Thinlits Dies from SU's Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow, Real Red and Old Olive Cardstocks.
The ornament bulb caps were die cut from SU's Silver and Gold Foil Paper.
I stamped each Santa image twice, leaving one image whole and punching out the Santa from the other image. I adhered the punched Santa piece's with Stampin' Dimensionals to the center of the whole tags. I then adhered the whole piece to the Delicate Ornaments bulbs using Stampin' Dimensionals. I should have taken a picture to show you the marvelous height that I acquired using the Stampin' Dimensionals.
I cut about 6" of SU's Old Olive Bakers Twine and tied them on the ornaments for the hangers.
Stampin' Up's Basic Jewel Rhinestones were adhered to each side of each Delicate Ornament bulb to give them some shiny bling-bling!
Now, I have four tags and need a holder to put them in so I got out my Stampin' Up Envelope Punch Board and went to work:
I created this tag holder box using SU's Merry Moments Designer Series Paper Stack. My paper was cut to 5 1/4"x5 1/4". I inserted the paper to the 3" mark and punched and scored. Then slide to 3 3/4" and punch and score. Repeat this 2 more times for the Open Box style by lining up your score lines with the needle on the Envelope Punch Board. Then just punch the last 2 score lines. Oh, I cut the center front flap off even with the sides of the box.
I think they turned out awesome and would make great gifts for family and friends for Christmas!
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