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>> Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Hi Everyone!

I started out making tags for my post today, but by the time I stamped, colored, fussy cut, and layered this first tag, I decided it took too long to not be a feature on a card :)  My family only cares about what's inside the package at Christmas, so I'm convinced it would have been under appreciated.  Besides, now it can be a super cute personalized card, just by writing the recipients name on it.

After coloring up and fussy cutting the Leonard Pig Christmas List, I used the newly released Gift Tag Greetings stamp for the To/From, attaching the layered circles to a Triple Holly stamped panel with dimensional tape.  

I made my background paper using the Christmas Multi Greeting stamp and added some gems and bit of glitter glue for embellishmet.

Kudos to all the crafters that out there, that take extra time to make beautiful tags to adorn holiday gifts. Mine was not nearly as complicated as many I've seen; I'm in awe of your patience and talent!  Basically what I'm saying is, feel free to make a tag for my gift.  I would totally appreciate it :) :) :)

Have a great day and happy stamping!


Robin Clendenning said...

Very cute Santa pig! Love the layout of the card and your bg stamps too! Very fun!

Janett Ray said...

Super fun card Karin, love the pig and both the backgrounds you created.

nwilliams6 said...

Karin, this is sooooo darn cute! Love the pig and the tag works super great on the card. Smart thinking saving this from the trash bin after Christmas - lol! Super Christmas card and I want that image! Hugz

Sue said...

I really like the idea of personalizing the outside of a Christmas card - you're a genius! Your coloring and cutting on this is incredible! Good save ;)

Jennifer E. said...

So cute! Great layout and awesome background and embellishment designs!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

Oh how cute, Karin! Love your little list checking Leonard and the bg is fabulous.

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