Our September Leading Lady, Maryam Shalaby is back for her triumphant third performance! If you missed her smashing debut you must see it...CLICK HERE or ethereal and enchanting cards from her sensational second performance CLICK HERE or incredible inky masterpieces from her triumphant third performance CLICK HERE! Today's projects are sure to warm your heart!
One of my favorite thing to make in the craft field is making gift tags. So couldn't resist sharing these ideas with you.
Usually I have one of a simple gift on my bag in case I need it to give to some kind person , usually we meet them in our daily activities and I feel that I would appreciate there kindness . Or give every now and then some to my kids teachers , our neighbors or close people who surrounding us , wishing them a good day or telling them that I appreciate them.
For my first idea ..
I made this cup tag . This one was the simple one to make , if you are short in time and you want a simple one.
* First I stamped the mug image from winnie and walter Warm Wishes to You stamp set with festive berries and seedless preserve distress ink , then I applied some of water over them to have this fauxy look .
**Then I stamped it over a heavy glossy card stock , then I dried it with heating tool .
***I die cut it with matching die cutting winnie and walter Warm Wishes to You Cutaways then I cut this coffee part too with gold foam over it .
****I added some gold at the end , then I attached to the little treat with white ribbon . For my second tag idea I did the same idea as the first one with some differences..
*I attached to cube that hold the treats inside (For this cube I used 1.5 inches dimensions ) .I liked the added touches of this steamed heart with the silver glitter foam .
** I made this extra mini circular tag using the smaller steams heart from the winnie and walter Warm Wishes to You stamp set.
For the 3rd idea
I used the same faux technique over a glossy card stock but I made the liquid part as a vellum shaker .
* I used a white foam die cut from the same as a middle layer with glue from the both sides .
* * as an extra personalized touch I designed this ribbon . I used two of the borders die cut from winnie and walter Georgette Border Cutaways in this wrapping fabric to create this elegant ribbon .
For my 4th one . I made this fluid shaker tag , i like this fun idea.
* I die cut a tag for the base layer
** I used a kind of small ziplock to hold the liquid inside . I put some of transparent gel with some brown gel food colors and some gold glittery powder. Then I secured the bag well over the base tag layer.
*** I used a pattern paper as a outer layer for this tag . Die cut the part of the coffee matched the place that I am going to place the mug die cut over
****I added this gold steam heart on the top . After I made the tags and I photographed them . I found this piece of die cut edges I made few days ago using the same 2 die cut over a brown felt , So I attached to the base of the tag I found it give it more warmer look. Did you see the bubble on the photo ..
Thanks For stopping by , please if you could leave a comment on my blog maryam's craft on any of winnie and walter leading lady post so you will be eligible for a 30 $ gift card from the sweet Shay the owner of to winnie and Walter store .
Wish you a Happy weekend,
Awesome creations! Love the Warm Wishes to You set!ReplyDelete
Lovely ideas !!ReplyDelete
Fun ways to give a gift!ReplyDelete
These are awesome treats for my eyes!!!!!ReplyDelete
These little treat containers are just adorable and would be fun to make all year round!ReplyDelete
I love these tags! The "steam hearts" in glitter foam look so real and the liquid in the coffee cup looks just as real. I'm loving these ideas and keeping the tags on hand with little treats to give away, that is awesome! Thank you for sharing and for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
oh my goodness! This is absolutely amazing! We've featured your project in the Coffee Loving Papercrafters FB group!ReplyDelete
Very pretty and special gift tags!ReplyDelete
Dazzling and gorgeous ideas!!!ReplyDelete
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Oh my!!! Adorable and sweet projects!!!ReplyDelete
What wonderful tags. Love your creative ideas.ReplyDelete
These little tags are just lovely !! Love, MarjorieReplyDelete