Monday, 15 April 2013

Gift Tag Set with a Fabulous Colour Combo

What a productive weekend it has been! I made several Father's Day cards, mini baby cards, gift tags, birthday cards, gift card holders... I'm well on my way to being ready for the craft fair next weekend! Still hope to complete a few more projects this week. :)

For today's post, I will be sharing a set of gift tags that I made using the fabulous colour combo challenge from The Paper Players.

Isn't it lovely?? I drew inspiration from a card I made a while ago and converted it to a tag. Here's the original card:

I love the Bloomin' Marvelous stamp set! I may have over-used it already... but it's so pretty! I used Island Indigo designer paper and a scallop border on the one side of the tag and then stamped flowers, popping up one of them to give it some dimension. A humming bird is stamped in Rich Razzleberry and also popped up. I completed it with stitched ribbon.

See how easy it is to convert a greeting card to a set of tags? I'm definitely doing this more often with some of my other designs!
Thanks for visiting!
Gift Tag Ingredients:
Stamps: Bloomin' Marvelous
Paper: Whisper White, Crumb Cake, Summer Smooches DSP
Ink: Island Indigo, Baja Breeze, Rich Razzleberry
Tools: Scallop Tag Die, Scallop Border punch
Accessories: Rich Razzleberry stitched ribbon


  1. Charissa, what a great idea. You can certainly see your original card in your new tag. Great use of the Bloomin Marvelous set and I love that you tied the color of the hummingbird to your ribbon.
    So glad you joined the Paper Players this week

  2. Charissa, these are beautiful! Both the original card and the tag take on it. Love the spray of flowers and the way the razzleberry pops against them! Lovely...thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

  3. Wow, your tags are fabulous, Charissa! Not only were you industrious, but they look so pretty in multiples! Thanks for sharing your creation(s) with us at The Paper Players!