Oct 15 2014

Twas the Night Before Christmas Tag Set – by Jerri Kay Jimenez

Jerri has the most fun project to share with us on this late night post. Who doesn’t LOVE to make tags! They are small, quick and easy to make, handy to have on hand, and just plain FUN!  Jerri created a set of coordinated tags complete with an accordion type folder to keep them in. And the added bonus is the holder filled with tags is an absolutely adorable home decor piece. You won’t want to remove a tag — you’ll just want to look at it — LOL!!! This also makes a fabulous item to gift to some special person in your life.  It would be a true keepsake! Take a look:

Tag Entire

So fun! And easy to make using coordinated papers and images from Twas the Night Before Christmas!

You can find Jerri’s post offering more detail on her blog.

Jerri used:

Paper: Twas the Night Before Christmas by Graphic 45 (used 6×6, 8×8, 12×12)

Mulberry Paper used to create flowers – found at Jerri’s storeA Touch of Grace Paper Boutique

Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Forrest Moss, Festive Berries

Dies: Spellbinders Rose Creations, Create a Rose Die D-Lites

Ribbon: May Arts 1/4″ Silk Ribbon – Red and Green, Bows made on the Original Bow Easy

Adhesives:  Crafter’s Pick Ultimate Adhesive, Glue Dots

Tools: Inkssentials Blending Tool, Distrezz-It-All

Tag close up 2

Just a closer look.

Tag close up 1

Once again, another closer look. Note the lightly distressed edges.

All items available at The Stamp Simply Ribbon Store, as linked.


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2 Responses to “Twas the Night Before Christmas Tag Set – by Jerri Kay Jimenez”

  1. Carol Podrasky says:

    Will you share the template that Jerri used? I would love to make one of these!

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