Apothecary Accents Make Beautiful Tags!

By | 13 November, 2012

Frame One Apothecary Accent with Another!

By now I imagine that you can tell that I like a burgundy red and green Christmas!  I had a little more of the Christmas paper left and decided to make some more tags.  I love the Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder that I received in my last Stampin’ Up! order.  It looks like Pointsettias!  By using two punches of different sizes, I was able to make it look like a wreath.  The smaller tag used the Mixed Medley stamp set to create a stamped image that resembles a wreath as well.  Tags and bag decorations are quick and easy projects to make in an hour or two!  It’s relaxing to start with a box of scrap paper and just see what you can create from it!

 

 

Stamp sets: Mixed Medley  Papers:  DSP Christmas Paper, garden green, sahara sand, very vanilla  Inks:  Garden Green, Cherry Cobbler  Accessories:  1 3/8″ circle punch, 2 3/8″ Scallop circle punch, Apothecary Accents Framelits, Petals-a-Plenty embossing folder, big shot, ribbon, regals brads, piercing mat and tool, ribbon and rhinestones.

Enjoy making your holiday decorations.  I’ve been playing with Christmas decorations, but for the next few days I will be focusing on making table decorations for my Thanksgiving Feast!  Stay tuned for some quick and easy decorations that you can create in an evening!

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Happy day!

Kim

 

 

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