Hi there! I think we're all past the point of making holiday cards (if not, chop chop!) so I thought I'd share a set of tags you can whip up with lawn fawn stamps and dies.
It all started with a stroll through Target, where I spotted the plaid wrapping paper. I love a woodland-themed Christmas, and Lawn Fawn's Joy to the Woods is perfect for creating tags to compliment that theme.
These are the pieces you need to create these tags. I find it easier to work systematically: I stamped a sheet of cardstock with all of the birch trees and cardinals that I would need and colored them very quickly. Just a few swipes of a warm grey copic marker for the trees (W1) and 2 tones of red for the cardinals (R24 and R29.)
Then, I die-cut the circles and all of the snow-drifts, and stamped the greeting ("merry christmas" from this set, and the "to" from Birthday Tags.) I placed them all on the same block for easy mass-producing. Some of the tags feature heat-embossing, but I got lazy halfway through the project and switched to a red ink. No fuss.
When the tags are assembled, add the falling snow with a white gel pen. Then, you could just handwrite the recipient's name on the front, or you could die-cut letters if you're feeling fancy:
I die-cut the letters in black to compliment the black outlines of the stamped images, as well as the plaid wrapping.
I hope you like what I created!