Today I have a few quick gift tag ideas for you. We are going to be using the kraft gift tags from Maker Forte and some super cute stampsets from MF as well.
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This first tag I used an alcohol squish technique. The stamp set Modern Christmas Watercolors is perfect for this. I inked up the holly leaves with 2 different green inks from Scrapbook.com, Pine and Succulent.
Then I spritzed it with 99% Isopropyl Alcohol. Then I stamped the image with my Mist. The result is this watercolor effect on the stamped image.
I then stamped the sentiment and added with some jewels from Pretty Pink Posh where the holly berries would be. And then finished it off with a red ribbon I had left over from a previous project.
For the 2nd tag, I used the stripe stamp from the Wrapped Christmas Sentiments stamp set. I inked 2 stripes using Scrapbook.com’s Cardinal Red premium ink and stamped the sentiment from Poinsettia stamp set in the middle. For shading I used a craft sponge and the Candied Apple Distressed Oxide Ink. Then to finish it off I used jewels from PinkFresh Studios.
For the last tag I used the pine branches from the Modern Christmas Watercolors. I stamped the branches with 2 different colors, Pine and Succulent. Then stamped the sentiment Merry & Bright from the Bold Holiday Sentiment.
These were quick and easy gift tags that would be great for any gift you are exchanging this season.
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Brandi Mahon is the creative owner and card maker for StampMeSomeLove.com. She teaches card makers how to create beautiful cards one card at a time. If you would like to see some of her other free tutorials, fill free to drop by here.