This year, my family was fortunate to move back to Florida. Gone are the winter days filled with snow and ice. However, those images warm our hearts during the holiday season. I made this two-sided tag as a reminder of those years of cold, even though we had only 1 Christmas Day with snow.
I used the following supplies:
Chip board pre-cut tag, paper scraps, button, piece of lace, card stock, eyelets, Tim Holtz Distress ink in Brushed Corduroy, and 2 images from the 2020 Collage Sheet Collection (December Dreams and January Fun), https://www.etsy.com/listing/883048048/2020-collage-sheet-collection?click_key=f10cdb38cb6e92e03492292d3b022f65fcd399b5%3A883048048&click_sum=853e549c&ga_search_query=2020&ref=shop_items_search_1&pro=1.
Front: I covered the entire face of the front in a piece of scrapbook paper. I then cut a piece of card stock (red) and another piece of scrapbook paper to look like washi tape. I affixed the “Winter Days” image from the January Fun sheet on top. After gluing down my papers, I used a paper cutter to trim. I adorned with a matching plastic button.
Back: I cut down two pieces of card stock and glued to the tag. I brushed the image of the December calendar, from the “December Dreams” sheet, along the Tim Holtz ink pad. (Note: I usually do this instead of inking the sponge. For me, it is easier and faster.) I glued the image to the tag. I cut a piece of lace and glued using a wet glue.
Finishing touch: I decided which side was the front and set an eyelet to hold hang.
This was an easy tag that took very little time to assemble. You can make these as gift tags or hang as decorations.