Quick & Easy Holiday Tags

November 09, 2019

Quick & Easy Holiday Tags

Happy Saturday everyone!  I’m Allison Cope and I’m here to share a fun project that I created for a donation to my son’s school.

This is a brand new school for my son as we had moved in the summertime here to Southern Alberta so they have events different from other schools we’ve been in. So I found out last week that they need donations for their Christmas Market which allows the kids to shop for donated gifts for their loved ones for a small fee.

So I am going to donated some handmade items like some crocheted hats, packages of handmade cards. Plus, the school indicated they needed stuff like wrapping paper, tags and other wrapping supplies. So today I’m to start to make a cluster of tags to send for them to use.

I grabbed a few holiday digital images from the “November/December 2016 Digital Stamp Bundle” and also from the “December/January 2016/2017 Digital Stamp Bundle”.  Digital bundles are a great way to get a lot of fun images for one low price!!!

So grab a warm drink and join me at my crafty desk today…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9R43Y58AxQA&feature=youtu.be

So here’s another quick look at all the fun tags I made today…





 

Thanks for joining me!  I hope this inspires you to begin creating all kinds of fun goodies for the holidays today!

~ Ally ~



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