Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Stamped gift tags



I've kept my gift tags really simple because I'm going to have to make LOTS of them.

I covered the tags with distress inks and stamped with a snowflake stamp (a Craft Stamper freebie). Then I stamped the 'Do not open..' stamp in black. This stamp is by East of India, who I think are more of a gift company than a craft one, but they do a small range of rubber stamp sentiments which stamp beautifully. The two biggest tags are a slightly different shade to the others- that's because they were manilla luggage tags and the others were die cut from white card.

I'd like to enter these for:
Crafty Creations Challenges Seasonal Tags
Out of a Hat Creations Winter
Little Red Wagon Christmas Tag

10 comments:

  1. These are lovely tags Marina. The colours are just right and a great idea to add the 25.

    Nice to have you share them with us at Out of a Hat

    Love Chrissie xxxx

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  2. love your tags, wonderful colours and your snowflakes are lovely.

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  3. Fabulous Tags Marina,love the stamping.
    Thanks for sharing with us at Out of a Hat.
    Janet x

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  4. Terrific tags love the back ground stamping. Thanks for joining us at Out of a hat. Hugs Sandra X

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  5. You are good to make your own tags, it's a step too far for me. Lovely design x x

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  6. Love these--simple and bold!

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  7. Terrific tags! Thanks for sharing them at Little Red Wagon!

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  8. these are great and Good idea to keep to the same design. I still have this on my list to do so may go with your idea. Thanks for the inspiration

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  9. Such pretty tags! I love how the distress inks colored them! We also have a tag challenge going on at Pink by Design, and we'd love if you'd enter your tag. :)

    http://pinkbydesignstamps.com/2012/12/17/tag-youre-it-challange-monday/#.UNK-Z28UW88

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  10. These are absolutely brilliant Marina! I love the subtle background and the simple date and I particularly like the way you've made them all shapes and sizes - now why didn't I think of that?! Have a lovely Christmas, Vicky x

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