Tags Tags Tags

This is the last post in my series of cards I made for my friend Colleen to give to her co-workers and staff.  I made a collection of 4 cards and this post is all about the packaging including Tags Tags Tags.  You can see all the cards Here.

Tags Tags Tags

I initially was going to put the cards and envelopes in a Stampi’  UP! Acetate box and wrap the whole thing in Toile Tidings Wrapping Paper. But when I looked at the cards inside the box it seemed a shame to cover them up.  Real Red Ruched Ribbon is just gorgeous.  It ties nicely and makes a lovely wrapping,  especially with the addition of a tag from  Tags Tags  Tags.Tags Tags Tags

What better way to finish a gift for a friend or loved one than with a cute tag.  Tags can be big or small, fancy, or simple.  I admit I love a big beautiful tag but I’m not good at coming up with them, but that’s ok.  It all works because it is the thought and the making that counts. I used the Tags Tags Tags stamp set from Stampin Up along with the Trio of Tags dies.  There are some really cool things about this stamp and die set.  Tags Tags Tags

  1. The stamps are designed to stamp three tags at once. That’s why it is called Tags Tags Tags.
  2. There is a tag set for Halloween, Christmas and Valentines day
  3. The die cuts out all three tags at once
  4. The stamp can be used on the Stamparatus and with the Hinge technique repeated stamping is done in a flash.  See how I lined up the stamp.  One hinge move to the right and I was lined up to stamp again.  Just like that, I had 36 tags cut out.  I’m only using the Season’s Greetings for this project but all the others are ready for the holidays.

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The hinge option with the Stamparatus was a happy find.  Time-saving is key when you are making multiples.  Thanks for visiting.  Until next time…

Happy Stamping

Links to all products used in today’s project 

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Thanks for visiting my Site. My name is Lynn Kolcun and I'm a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I love being creative with paper and ink, learning new techniques and sharing my craft with you.

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