Christmas Gift Tags with Cheryl Walker


Hello everyone and Happy Monday to all! Today I have a couple of tags to share with you. I have been busy trying to create tags to put on our gifts this year, and Cheery Lynn Dies work Perfectly for this :) I LOVE the BIG dies I used here, and the beautiful shape. I will be writing on the back of these To: and From: , I could have stamped that, but hey I will just write :) hehehehe

Tags measures -5" x 3 3/4"

I LOVED using this Cheery Lynn Poinsettia Strip to create the Poinsettias on both tags. This strip makes cutting super easy, as the strip has enough to create 3 flowers in one single run through your die cut machine, gotta LOVE that! On these flowers, I used a gingham print design paper and my glass flower technique. Love how the flowers turn out and how they stay so perfect. In the centers I used some gems.

Now on this tag I used the Poinsettia die cutting out a different pattern paper almost makes them look like candy cane :) hehehehe

Cheery Lynn Dies Used:
Tag base was cut using Cheery Lynn Designs Pierced Stacker #2 XL-20 die
Also used Cheery Lynn's Oval Classic SM Silver Stacker Layers 8 for the ovals on my tags
Cheery Lynn Christmas Bell B846 die for the Holly Leaves and branches
Cheery Lynn Quadrafoil Tag B682


I am actually going to use these for all the large quilts I am making for Christmas gifts this year. Ha! I just learned how to quilt, and I am on my 4th one.  I think these would be perfect for large gifts :) but I will be writing a little note on the back and tie it to the quilt on the inside of the package . Might have to make some smaller ones for the top of the gift :) or some that are this size, not sure yet :) we shall see!

I hope you enjoyed my post for today, please do leave a comment letting me know what you think of my tags :)
Have a lovely day!
Hugs to all,
Cheryl

4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous tags. Love the different details on each one. TFS

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    1. Thank you JoAnn, very sweet of you!! Hugs!!!

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  2. I LOVE these!!! Do you have a link or could you tell me what you use on those flowers to make the "glass flowers?"

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    1. Stephanie thank you!!! I do have a link to glass flower technique on my blog here http://sweeetdesignsbycheryl.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html I will have to start making video's on the different ones so I can share them once the holidays are over. for the ones above, just ink up the edges with desired ink and then follow the glass technique in any of my videos here - http://sweeetdesignsbycheryl.blogspot.com/p/tutorials.html
      Hugs to you!!!

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