Hello and welcome back! I'm sharing a set of tags that I made with the Festival of Trees Stamp Set and matching punch. I shared this picture of them before during the Creative Blog Hop, but I thought it would be nice to show them close up and give you more details on the supplies used.
I did stick with only the Festival of Trees stamp set. It's a cute set with different styles of trees and several greetings, and is very versatile. The matching punch makes it easy to punch out the stamped images or to just punch the trees out of patterned paper. The top tag has three punched trees stapled together and bent in half for dimension. On the lower left tag I added Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details over the stamped image. And, the lower right tag was heat embossed in white and then I added Basics Rhinestones colored with the Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities Markers.
The patterned papers are all from the Trim The Tree Designer Series Paper Stack. I also used some solid colors of cardstock for the banners and circles, and some are punched from the Kraft 12" X 12" Card Stock. On the left tag, I used only the layered stamps in Pistachio Pudding, Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler. On the right tag, I stamped the tree in Gold Encore ink, and then stamped the second layer in Cherry Cobbler ink. Oh, and I added a star punched from the Gold Glimmer Paper.
The greetings are all diecut using the Bitty Banners Framelits. I used several ribbons from the holiday catalog and regular catalog as well as a few colors of baker's twine. The little bird is included in the stamp set too. I also used the Scallop Edge Border Punch and the Finishing Touches Edgelits Die to shape the bottom layer of two of the tags. I used Stampin Dimensionals in several places too. On the right tag I used silver embossing for the tinsel on the tree.
The circles were created with the 2-1/2" Circle Punch.
Well, that is all for today. I hope you enjoyed seeing the tags close up. I'm planning to make another set or two of these for Christmas, and they would make a great gift for a neighbor or co-worker as well. I'll have many more Christmas projects to share over the next couple of weeks. Thanks for stopping by!