All Wrapped Up
Hi friends! I am so excited to be sharing my post for the New Release at The Greenery!! The new release is called, All Wrapped Up and it is packed full of the most beautiful products for all of your wrapping needs plus so much more!! Although the focus of this release is on tag making and fun gift wrapping ideas, there is also a lot of card making products included as well. You are going to love it!
All of the new products will be available tomorrow, Tuesday, November 22nd at 10am ET. I have lots of photos and ideas to share with you today so let's get started...
In my first photo you can see the wrapping paper I have chosen for this year's gifts (it's in the upper left corner and from Target) that will be under our tree. Using the colors from the paper I created a variety of tags, sprigs and greenery that I will use for most of gift wrapping. It was so fun and easy to create everything... most items were created with one or two passes through my die cutting machine, doesn't get much easier than that!
My first package uses the Tear Strip Tags stamp and die set. This is a simple sentiment set that stamps and die cut four tags at once. The tags stay intact so they can easily be stamped with the Tear Strip Tags stamp set and snipped apart when you are ready to use them. I also added a few sprigs with the Big Branches: Ruscus die.
Here I added a Big Branches: Eucalyptus sprig that I got in gold cardstock.
My final package uses the Banner Gift Tag die along with the Crimped Circle Tags die to create my gift tag. I also tucked in a Big Branches: Ruscus sprig and Big Branches: Baby's Breath die cut.
I love how easy it is to "step up" your gift wrap with these fun products. In a matter of hours I created a variety of wrapping tags and add ons for all of my gifts.
Next, I created a variety of tags and add ons to add to hostess gifts, treats and other gifts that I will give to friends and family.
First, I used the Ribbon Maker: Petite Scallops die and the Ribbon Maker: Large Stripes die to create the wraps that go around my packages. These dies allow you to cut your own decorative paper ribbons to wrap around packages. The paper rolls (sold separately) are 3" w die and 30' long. The dies are designed to cut end to end in a continuous strip so you can continue feeding the paper ribbon through your diecut machine and cut as long of a piece of ribbon as you need. So easy and such a fun added detail to your packages!
On this package, I added a few sprigs that I die cut with the Big Branches: Pine die along with a Dried Citrus. Once again I used the Tear Strips Tags stamps and die to crate my tags. On this package I added a small clothespin to hold everything in place.
On my second package I once again added a few orange slices that were created with the Dried Citrus Slices die and added a gold sprig that I die cut with the Big Branches: Ruscus die. This time I attached everything to my gift bag with glue dots. Glue dots were great to hold everything in place and they are easy to hide behind your sprigs.
This time I attached my items to a white gift box to create a fun wrap for a little hostess gift. I once again used glue dots to hold everything in place.
Next, I created two gift tags with the Round About Winter Foliage die. I die cut the frame from gold and green glittered cardstock and layered the frame together to create a wreath. I then used the Tagged Elegance stamp set to create my sentiment. I attached everything to the small Crimped Circle Tag die to give my tag a base and to hold everything together.
Here is the tag attached to a gift. I love the look of this tag, so pretty!
And one more option in using the Tagged Elegance stamp set along with the small Crimped Circle Tag Die. Once again I added a few sprigs under my bow and attached them to my package with a glue dot.
Are you still with me? I had to create a card to share with you all today too... although these products are designed to make your wrapping beautiful and easy, they also work great for card designs too.
For my card, I used the new BotaniCuts Mistletoe die to create my sprig of mistletoe. I added a bow that I created with the Loopy Bow Builder die and attached it to a card base that I die cut with the Crimped Frame die. Next, I splattered my panel with a little gold paint. Lastly, I used the Opposites Attract Holiday set to create my sentiment.
Did you make it all the way to the end? Sorry my post was so long but I had a lot I wanted to share. Please feel free to ask any questions and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Thanks for doing me today! I hope you enjoyed all of my projects and ideas. I know you are going to love all of the new products being released. Be sure to stop by The Greetery's Blog to see all of my Betsy's projects along with all of the full details for each of the release products.
The Greetery will be giving away two $50 gift certificates to spend in the online shop. Winners will be randomly drawn along the blog hop. All you need to do is leave a comment by 11:59pm ET on Monday, November 21. Winner will be announced on The Greetery's blog on Tuesday, November 22 at 7am ET.
Thanks again for joining me today and enjoy your day,