Party Tag Week - Day 4

December 5, 2019

Hello friends,

Katie here with a little project to share with you today featuring the Party Tag Elle-ment dies. The Party Tags are wonderfully versatile. I adore the size and fun fishtail design of these tags. With Valentine's Day coming up, I thought the tags were perfectly suited for creating bookmarks for a classroom Valentine exchange or to give the special readers in your life.

I die cut the largest tag from water color card stock and a second layer from pale pink card stock. Onto the water color tag, I created a cloudy background using a DIY cloud stencil and Distress Ink. I stamped the images from the Cupids stamp set onto white card stock and colored the images with Copic markers. I adhered the images to the tag.

I stamped the sentiments onto white card stock with clear Embossing ink and heat embossed the sentiments with Avery Elle's Rose Gold fine detail embossing powder. Finally I attached all the tags together using Raspberry Hemp Twine.


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Alright everyone, it's Heather here and I've got a super fun & easy variation for you on the new Party Tag Elle-ments dies. I love this shape so much and thought it'd be fun to share how you could use it without stamps but instead use wrapping paper you have to make coordinating tags for your gifts! Fun, right?!

To start, I die cut the party tag twice - once with white cardstock and another time with patterned paper. Then, I fussy cut a penguin from my wrapping paper scraps and added it to the front white piece. Finally, I die cut the words to add to the front. 

Super easy and I love how it coordinates! I'll definitely be using the tip a whole lot!

Have a great day!
XOXO, Heather 


sharon g said...

The tags could also be bookmarks. SO CUTE

Unknown said...

Super cute tags! Like the cupid bookmarks!

Kirsten said...

What a great idea for a tag. I'm definitely going to use your idea this year. Thanks for sharing.

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