What I am showing is couple simple Christmas tags that you could easily duplicate and mass produce. To start with, I die cut two basic tag out of a piece of watercolor paper using Pretty Pink Posh Scallop Square Tags Die. Then I ink blended the background using Tim Holtz Distress oxide ink in Candied Apple. I splattered some gold watercolor paint over to create some interests. Once it’s dry, I punched the small holes on the top of the tags and added red and white patterned baker’s twines.
The other side, I stamped the holly and berries images from Elegant Holly Stamp set and cut with Coordinating Dies, Santa and Reindeer images from Holiday Signs Stamp set and cut with Coordinating Dies. I colored them with copic markers and attached them onto the tags with liquid adhesive and foam tapes. At last, I added Sparkling Clear Sequins Mix to embellish my tags.
Be sure to check out Tracey’s blog to read more about the 25 Days of Christmas Tags event and how you can win all sorts of fantastic sponsored prizes by companies shown below and be inspired!