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Monday, November 19, 2012

Going GREEN Christmas Tags

 I was playing w/ my friend's Sizzix and decided to make some Christmas Tags
 So I grabbed a pile of last year's cards.... or were they from the year before..??
 Wonder what I can do with the pile of left overs~ Ummmmm?
 I started off by just placing the card on the board
 But then I started to FUSSY CUT the card to get a better TAG
 I made some TAGS
 And I made some FRAMES
Now I have a pile of tags that I didnt spend a dime on and I dont care if they just throw them away...

HINT:  If you do not have a die cut machine you could trace a TAG and use it as a pattern.  I thought about doing that and making TAGS out of the sentiment/poem inside.


1 comment:

  1. What a great idea using old Christmas cards! Thanks for sharing and the inspiration. Happy Crafting!