Monday, December 12, 2011

Use Your Stash..

Here's an idea that's perfect for using up all your scrapbooking tags!!!

If you are anything like me, you have tons of scrapbooking supplies, stamps, stickers, and especially paper.
So I decided to get out all my supplies and have some fun.

I stared with tags that I've had forever, because you can buy them at your local office supply store for $5.00 for 100 tags, so they last a long time!

I tried stamps first. You can't get any easier than these! A little glimmer mist or stickles and ink the edges. Perfect!
Next I used some scrap pattern paper, round tags, stickers, brads, and buttons. 
Finally, I got a little more fancy, layering some paper with punches, embossing, and using a left over 3D stickers sheet from last years
I also found these adorable printables (free) and thought they'd be really cute to use on tags or on presents alone.
So enjoy them!  

And please share a link with us if you make some tags!
Happy Holidays!



  1. These tags look stunning!

  2. We normally pass on toys and jigsaws etc when the kids have finished with them, but not jigsaws with missing pieces. I kept the remaining pieces, made Christmas tree ornaments with smaller ones AND gift tags with larger ones by punching a hole and adding thread - nice and easy.

  3. Love these tags! So inspiring. I need to carve out some time to just sit and create! Thanks for sharing.

  4. These are gorgeous! I always have a hard time with tags, but after seeing these, I may have to give it a go. And those printables are INCREDIBLE!!! Thanks for the link!

  5. fabulous tags! whether on presents or a page they would be gorgeous!

  6. What a great idea!! I am absolutely going to do this for my gifts!

  7. GREAT tags!!! I love that each one is so beautifully unique!

  8. Thanks, Kim! I am not a great tag maker - I am going to steal some of your ideas so I can get better!

  9. Wow! These are so beautiful. I love all of them, you've really outdone yourself, Kim!!! xoxo


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