Friday, October 16, 2015

Christmas Pocket Page Letter Tags/Giveaway

Hello everyone, Cheryl here today ,and I'm sharing a CottageCutz Pocket Page(Using the NEW CottageCutz Christmas dies) , but instead of notes, these are Christmas Tags to put on gifts :) I thought it would be a neat way to give them. You can make a bunch and put them in a binder, or a small binder in smaller pages,and give as a gift for Christmas :) SUPER FUN!!!!

My tags were cut 3 x 4 and corners rounded with 1/4" corner rounder. I picked my paper 1st then cut each piece and placed it where I wanted it. Next I picked out TONS of CottageCutz Christmas Dies and placed them where I thought I would like them to be. Next I did all my cutting for each tag. Then colored them all up :)

CottageCutz Dies Used- 26 dies used to create this project
North Pole Tag Topper
Mr. Claus
Mr. Claus
Gingerbread Village
Santa & Reindeer Resting
Wind Up Teddy Bear
Wind Up Mouse Toy
Holiday House
Santa's Laundry
Santa Stuck in Chimney
Wintery Trees
Reindeer w/Scarf
Potted Poinsettia
Pine Tree Scape
Winter Trees
Fir Trees
Merry Christmas Reindeer
Nutcracker
Santa with Tree
Presents
Winter Window
Deer w/Pine tree
Scrolly tree
Elf w/Toys
Santa's Naughty /Nice List
Older CottageCutz die- Christmas Fireplace
 Ribbon used is random Christmas color pieces leftover(Scraps). Some of the buttons are antique, and others are from my collection. I used viva pearl pen for the pearl accents. Ric Rac is from my stash as well. All coloring was done using copic markers.

I hope you enjoyed my post for today! thank you for looking and have a wonderful day!
hugs to all,
Cheryl

Also don't forget to join us in our CottageCutz Giveaway for the Month of October, leave a Comment on each post from October 12th-October 31st for chances to WIN a Gift Certificate to the Scrapping Cottage Store.

18 comments:

valerija said...

Oh, this is wonderful! Great project!
Greetings, Valerija

Karen Briguglio said...

Cheryl, You are so prolific with your crafting - it takes me so long to make one thing and yours are so detailed and beautiful! I don't know how you do it. Once again, that little mouse is calling my name, but I also really like Santa and Mrs. Claus. I also love the idea of presenting a bunch to tags to someone as a gift. I might take that idea for my kids' club Christmas crafting event this year.
Karen

Olena said...

Wonderful project!!!! Great job!

Kyle Burch said...

Wow, what a wonderful job. A great gift idea. Nice job they turned out beautiful.

Aartje said...

Great christmas creations. Beautyfull new dies.
Hugs Aartje

Diane said...

WOW..look at all those dies you have used..I want to come to your house and see all your dies...lol....beautiful project!!!

Linda S. said...

I agree with Diane. I also want to come to your house to play with your Christmas dies. This looks like a fun project, but I would have enjoyed seeing each individual tag up close.

Carol Hurlock said...

This is amazing. Just adorable. The tags are such a useful and pretty gift.
Bear Hugs,
Carol

Vivian C. said...

Wow! What an awesome group of tags. You must have had a blast making them. They would make a wonderful gift.

Damchy said...

Such a beautiful tags. Wonderful projct. Hugs. D.

craftymom205 said...

Cute project.

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Heidi said...

WOW what a project, and how wonderful are those tags. Gotta love them all!

Vladuška said...

This really looks great.

Tracy said...

These are great, I am inspired to create some tags when I get home from work!

JoAnn said...

Love all the different cards and tags.

Lena's Creations said...

I love Pocket Letters. I had never seen one made with tags, but how creative and fun is this? I love it. Thank so much for sharing this very creative idea :-)
♥ Lena
Lena’s Creations

Tina Z. said...

SO creative and lovely.

moi said...

Great work. So many lovely tags.