Monday, December 1, 2014

Challenge #200 Christmas Gift Tags

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas and we wanted to give you plenty of inspiration to make your holidays just that much more festive.  Today our design team has shared with us their take on the Challenge #200 - Christmas Gift Tags.
Marsha Drain
For her tag, Marsha started with Brown Kraft Cardstock, cutting the corners to make a tag.  She loves turquoise and Kraft together so she used this beautiful digital image and then stamped Merry Christmas in brown.  The image looks like it already has glitter on it but Marsha added some Stickles to really make it sparkle.  After adding some sparkly silver ribbon, she tied on several strand of her favorite Earthy Hemp Cord .  For more details, visit her blog Grammas Room.

Tammy Hobbs
Tammy created a variety of Christmas Tags for today's challenge using the Large Kraft Shipping Tags from The Kraft Outlet.  She then used various scraps and leftovers from her patterned paper collections to the bottom of the tags. She used Buff Ivory card stock on the circle and scallop circle you see in three of the tags. Don't forget that Washi Tape makes an excellent way to dress up your projects, Tammy added the Musical Notes Washi Tape to one of hers.  Red Baker's Twine was used to lace two of the buttons and create a hanging string to tie to the packages. By using the Large Kraft Shipping Tags, you already have a base ready to go. Taking a tip from Tammy, all you need to do is look through those leftovers and you're on your way to quick and easy, not to mention fast Christmas tag assembly that will make your packages extra special. For additional pictures and a complete supply list, please visit Tammy at Creating Somewhere Under The Sun.

For this week's fun Christmas Tags Challenge, Design Team Member Karen Letchworth knew right away that she wanted to showcase the Kraft Outlet's ADORABLE Grungy Prim Stained Tags.  In her humble opinion, they're the cutest tags out there, and the Kraft Outlet has them in several different sizes and shapes.
Karen Letchworth
To create her Christmas Tags, Karen used the Grungy Prim Shipping Tags.  She covered them in patterned papers, and embellished them with stickers and other goodies from the Kraft Outlet including a few lengths of Natural Hemp Cord, some adorable Tiny Wooden Clothes Pins, and a small piece of ephemera (25) from the Tim Holtz Thrift Shop Ephemera Pack.  To create the "to/from" tags, Karen used rub-ons that she attached to scraps of  Buff/Ivory Cover Weight Card Stock using her Bone Folder Tool.  For additional photos of Karen's Christmas Tags and a complete supply list, you're welcome to stop by her blog, My Cup Runneth Over.  You're also invited to share your Christmas Tags in our challenge this week!
As always, participants in our weekly challenges have a chance to be selected as our Featured Artist and showcased on one of our "Feature Me Fridays" posts. Each month Kraft Outlet will randomly give away a $15.00 Store Voucher at!

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