Emma Godfrey, Forever Flourishing, Peace & Joy, Scalloped tag topper

Scalloped Tag Topper punch fun

Today I’m starting off a series of blogs using the Tag Topper punch to create sweet little tags from scraps of cardstock and papers from the stash. Perfect for adhering to presents for this Christmas!

I started with a big pile of scraps and sorted through to find pieces that were 2″ wide, or slightly larger that I could trim down. I’m a bit of a bugger for keeping tiny bits of cardstock but I was determined not to just hoard and get them put to good use.

There were a few different colours of cardstock and I made the tags using whatever lengths I had, they are far from uniform but the beauty is I was wanting them all to be individual anyway.

For this set of soft sea foam tags I used some die cuts I had in the stash to add the little sprigs. Again I’ve been trying to use up little pieces of cardstock die cutting little elements and storing them so they are ready to use.

The paper I had added is from an old Making Cards magazine… I used up lots of leftover bits on these tag projects as I’m determined to get through the massive stash!

Most of the sentiments I used are Paperartsy ones, but also added in the Peace and Joy stamps.

I then raided the ribbon and twine stash to add to the top of the tags.

Will be back another day with more of the tags I created!

Happy crafting!

Catherine

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