Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Gnome Gift Tags for the Holidays

Hello everyone, I have some adorable tags to share with you today! These can be used in scrapbooks, on layouts, or as gift tags on presents. And since we're coming up on the gift giving season, I thought these little cuties would be a super fun project that anyone could do.

I created these with the Photo Play, Tulla and Norbert Collection (product links below). I love the colors, the patterns, and the sweet fairy tale feeling it has. I think it's perfect for ANY project, anytime of year but especially nice during this season of fall, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. 

Since tags don't really use a ton of paper, I chose lots of pretty scraps. I layered different prints, in a variety of shapes, border stickers, and used scalloped punches for more interest. Then, I decorated with fun stickers.

You could use these as unique elements in your scrapbooks. Below, I tucked one in the pocket of my "Hangin' With My Gnomies" album. Perfect for journaling on.

You could use one as a page in a mini album, as a photo mat, or on a 12x12 layout. Such a cute detail. 

Or ... hang one from a gift bag or tie it with ribbon to a present. If you're a terrible wrapper, no one will even notice. These are so cute, they'll draw the attention away from a bad wrap job, lol! 😉

So, whether you use these tags in scrapbooking or as gift tags, they're an easy and quick little project and ... they're adorable!

If you love this Photo Play collection as much as I do, check out my retired Hangin' With My Gnomies Album shown above. The instructions for it are available in my shop (link below). Thanks for stopping by and happy scrappin'!

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