Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Tuesday Daily Project at Exploring Cricut

Welcome to the daily project over at Exploring Cricut. Today I am sharing some Christmas tags I made for my granddaughters school bazaar that is this week.  I made several cards, scrapbook pages and other items.  I love making tags for my packages to go along with the paper.  Right now I am working on some Princess tags for my two granddaughters presents.  For these tags I used the cartridgtes Baby Shower, Jolly Holidays, Holiday Tags digital, Art Philosophy, George and Very Merry Tags.  Below I have detailed the cuts and materials.  Be sure to stop by Exploring Cricut daily for a new project and be sure to enter our Christmas Card Challenge this week!!!!

 I used Art Philosophy for this tag and cut the stocking at 5.5 inches.  The paper was from scraps I had.
 This tag was cut from Baby Shower and the two base layers cut at 4 and 4.5 inches.  The mittens were cut from Jolly Holidays at 2.25 inches.  Cardstock was Recollections and white pen was used.
 The poinsettia tag is from the Holiday Tags digital and is cut in all layers at 3 inches.  Cardstock is from Recollections, and the top of the flower was popped.
 This cute little snow flake tag is cut from Very Merry Tags at 5 inches and the circle for the face was from George cut at 1.5 inches and stamped with a Peachy Keen stamp.  I also popped the head up and the jewels are from Recollections as is the cardstock.
This last tag is from the digital Holiday Tags.  It is cut at 3 inches.  Cardstock is Recollections and the to and from stamp is something I put together from an old Studio G set.  Because I use it for tags, I have glued it to a small block so it will stay together.


  1. Fantastic tags! I love all of them. The snowflake one is my favorite!! :)

  2. So pretty! I think these are going to look great on the presents:)

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  3. Wow you have been one busy lady. These are absolutely beautiful! Glad to see you using your PK stamps. ;)


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