Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Gift tags for kids













Hi there again! Just wanted to share some super-fun gift tags that I made for my friend's kiddos. The post below shows the baby card that will be in this fun package too. These presents are combination belated birthday/new baby presents so I decided to forego cards. But, I do know how much kids like to see their names on things, so I thought these would be a fun alternative:) Picked up this FABULOUS, bright giftwrap at my fave store in the world,
Tar-jay;) The tags were made with some Cuttlebug dies, some SU! Ice Cream Parlour paper & a variety of embellishments. When I got to Lexi's present it was too bulky to fit in the gift box I had, so I used a solid kraft gift bag, and made a panel for the front with a scrap of the wrapping paper & a piece of Melon Mambo cardstock so it would coordinate with the tag and the other presents. You could even do this with a shopping bag & scraps of patterned paper. I mean really, how many shopping bags have you got laying around? Put them to good use! Well, I hope you like my project, they could also double as bookmarks or backpack tags if you laminated them before you added the brads and paper flowers. Have a great day! :)
-Noelle :)


DUST IT OFF: Cuttlebug dies, shopping bags, and old scraps of ribbon.

Supply list: solid cardstock in Melon Mambo, Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight, Wild Wasabi, Pink Pirouette, and Pumpkin Pie: SU!; Ice Cream Parlour DSP: SU!; paper flowers: Prima, scallop edge die: MFT; motorcycle button: Dress It Up; flocked heart brads; ribbon scraps; kraft gift bag; bright gift wrap: Target; baker's twine: Crate & Barrel; tag and letter dies: Cuttlebug; solid eyelets.  

1 comment:

Joan Ervin said...

WOW!! What fabulous paper and your little matching tags are sooo adorable!!! How fun to use the childs name and add such cute details!!! They are going to love these wonderful tags!!!