Gift Tags


How stinking cute are these gift bags, boxes and tags designed by Nicole Wright featuring products by Stampers Anonymous and Ranger! So simple, so adorable AND so customizable!!!! Is customizable a word?!?!?! Here are the simple steps that Nicole followed. 1. Fold the top of your paper bag back approximately 1″, using a bone folder. Punch a hole in the centre. 2. Use Ranger Archival jet-black ink to stamp your Stampers Anonymous holiday images randomly on the front and back of the bag. 3. Colour the stamped images using Dina Wakley Media Scribble Sticks. 4.  Use a waterbrush pen to blend the Scribble Stick colours. Have fun, and create coordinating tags, cards, and holiday boxes.The stamp set that Nicole used is the Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Yuletide Gatherings stamp set. To colour the stamped images Nicole used her Ranger Dina Wakley Media Scribble Sticks. So much fun and so super…

Hello! It’s Jayme Loge here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog.  I am sharing some cute gift tags I made for some very special people in my life. At the end of May I travel to Canmore Alberta with an incredible group of ladies to run in the Rocky Mountain Soap Women’s Run. Some of us are athletic and some of us are not (*cough* me* *cough*), but everyone is positive and supportive and even though I have to run up and down mountains, I enjoy the weekend away very much! A couple of years ago, I shared another gift bag and tag I made for these ladies, which you can see here. Ranger and Sizzix I again used the Dylusions sprays from Ranger, but this time I layered transferred images from stencils as a background. The butterflies were made with a die set from Sizzix, that I cut…

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