I just couldn’t resist these darling baking dishes while shopping the other day.  And well of course I had to make a couple of tags to go with them!

blog118withwm.jpg

So using my JustRite Christmas Stamp Ensemble and my Flourishes Poinsettia and Boxwood set, I did just that and made some matching tags.  Doesn’t that pretty little poinsettia make a perfect accent!  The circles were all cut using the Classic Circle Nestabilities.  The center sentiment was popped up on dimensionals.

blog118closeupopenwithwm.jpg

The holly and bells on the border were colored in with markers.  I also used my Nestabilities to cut the round card base.

blog118back.jpg

blog118nestie.jpg

A portion of the circle Nestabilities hangs over the fold on the card stock to create a card base.  (After I photographed this I realized it might be confusing because I used red card stock to show how I cut the card base with the die cut, but the actual card base on my tag is white.)

Flourishes Poinsettia and Boxwood – Set of 10 Stamps

blog113poinsettiaandboxwoodset.jpg

And now that I’ve photographed this I can slice up and eat the bread!  Well it’s actually sort of a fruit cake.  So confession time… I like fruit cake!  Yay, I think I’m in the minority there!  Well all the more for me!  hehe  I do plan on giving these as gifts, but before I do I will fill them with something that tends to be more universally popular like banana bread!

 Have a great day!

blog118closeupwithwm.jpg

——————————

Stamps: Flourishes Poinsettia and Boxwood; JustRite Christmas Stamp Ensemble

Papers: SU! Real Red, Garden Green, Very Vanilla

Inks: SU! Real Red and Garden Green Craft and Markers

Accessories: Classic Circle Nestabilities, Cuttlebug, McGill Pine Punch, Striped GG Ribbon, Gold Cording, Gold Brads

 

 

28 Responses to “Merry Christmas Poinsettia Tags”

  1. Susan, this is gorgeous!! What a lovely way to enhance an already beautiful presentation of home-made fruitcake! I love that pointsettia image with the little ferns!!

  2. This is not just fabulous — it is extra special fabulous! I love your l tutorial. Thanks so much for the inspirtion! You do such good work, Susan!

  3. oh oh oh! This is a FABULOUS gift idea Susan!!! Can’t wait to get my stamps…they make wonderful tags for gifts such as this. Thanks for the inspiration!!!

  4. What fabulous gift ideas and the tags are awesome!!! Such a beautiful personal touch!!

  5. Susan, this is fabulous, thanks so much for sharing your tutorial on making the gift tag! I love this idea and will surely being casing it for some of my Christmas gifts! {{{hugs}}}

  6. Susan – this is so beautiful – I feel a case coming on…I just received this Stamp Set and I’ll love what you have done with it!!! Super cute gift idea!!!!

  7. Beautiful tags and dishes Susan. I can see why you couldn’t resist them. Wonderful job.

  8. Susan this is so creative and so usable! Just a wonderful example of product usage for great gifting!

  9. Oh are they ever darling, go perfect with your dishes!! So love the cute candy cane border and the pretty flowers!

  10. Susan, what a great gift idea. I love the tags you created with your many tools!

  11. What a beautiful tag, Susan…so perfect for that special Christmas gift!!! I love the JustRite stamps and how you added the poinsettia and ferns…..GAWWWWJESSS!!!

  12. GORGEOUS, Susan! Thanks for the tutorial on using nesties to make circle cards too…I’ve never tried that. I just recently bought cards that were already cut in a circle shape….looks like I didn’t need to, go figure, LOL!

  13. Oh so cool, love how these look, TFS.

  14. What a great gift idea!!!

    That is the same way I do my circle cards! I wanted to hide the fold.

  15. What a wonderful presentation idea your tags are simply marvelous you did a great job. I love the layers on this well done. TFS.

    Debbie/Phx AZ

  16. ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL SORRY

  17. Susan! This project is gorgeous! Love the layers and Poinsettia! Brilliant idea with the Nestabilities!

  18. These are so cute — the baking dishes AND the tags! Love how you used the poinsettia with the tag and it all coordinates with the designs on the dishes. This is just totally wonderful, Susan!

  19. What a cool card, Susan!!!!! Love every detail!!!!!!! 🙂

  20. Fabulous! What a way to present a treat…those baking dishes are adorable and your tag card is amazing! Love the little poinsettia with the brad!

  21. What fun and *pretty* gifts! Your tag card is great!

  22. These are fabulous!! You so totally rock! Love them!

  23. Wow, these tags are fabulous! I love the pans too, where did you get them? They are so cute! I love all the detail that was put into your tags, I really like the poinsettia. Beautiful!

  24. LOVE your beautiful round cards, Susan!! Love the pans too!! Awesome project!!

  25. I love the whole thing!! But red is my favorite color!

  26. Absolutely stunning! I so need that MS punch. It adds so much. Your coloring is gorgeous! LOVE how you added the Poinsettia to your tag.
    Hugs and smiles

  27. […] Details about the tags can be found here. […]

Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)

© COPYRIGHT © and FTC Declaration

All content on my blog is COPYRIGHT © 2008-2018 Susan Roberts. Please don't copy any of my stuff for publication, design or contest submission. In accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255, I declare that I sometimes promote and/or endorse products that I currently receive or have received either for free or at a discount. That said, I won't ever recommend anything that I don't personally enjoy using or feel is a quality product.
© 2017 Rainy Day Creations Suffusion theme by Sayontan Sinha
Cookie Policy

Blog hosted by Splitcoaststampers Privacy Policy Cookie Policy