Pretty Pink Posh

Today's post is all about Christmas tags! My family has come to "expect" handmade tags on their Christmas present... and yes, they do end up in the trash but I still make them every year! For the majority of my Christmas tags this year I am using dies from Pretty Pink Posh. I love how so many of the PPP dies can be mixed and matched to give you so many possibilities. Hopefully my post will give you some ideas or inspire you to create some Christmas tags of you own. Let's get started...

Here is a sample of my tags. I am going to keep my descriptions brief but please feel free to leave a comment or ask a question and I will get back to you right away.

The Holiday Mug Additions along with the basic Winter Mug die set makes the cutest holiday mugs!! I created three of them to share today but there are lots of "extra" dies and many more designs that can be created. Which one is your favorite?

I always love to create a few shaker tags. For these tags, I used the Stocking Shake die. I filled the shakers with the Jolly Santa Clay Confetti Mix and the Candy Cane Lane Clay Confetti Mix. Lastly, I used the Winter Mugs die set for my holly. I decided to use acetate on the top and bottom of the stocking so you could see all the way through the shaker. I think it is such a fun design and will I definitely be creating more of these!

These were quick and easy to create. I created my trees and sentiments with the Holiday Trees stamp set and die set. I then used the Stitched Tag die for my base. I tied the tags together with a little baker's twine and added a few small jingle bells to the top to finish them off.

My next tags use the Love From Afar dies. I die cut the pieces from cardstock and assembled the tags with liquid glue. I did add an extra circle to the back of the tags to create a clean, smooth finish on the back and to cover the tree trunks and the ends of the banner.  This set of dies would also work great on the Sweet Note dies to create a little note card style tag.

My final tags for today use the Build A Stocking die set. I placed the stocking base on the fold of my cardstock so the stocking open to create a little notecard. I then added the white tops and filled my stocking with a few accessories from Holiday Mug Additions die set.

Thanks for joining me today. I hope I inspired you to pull out some of your favorite dies and create some Christmas tags of your own!! If you post your tags on Instagram I would love for you to tag me so I can see what you created!

Enjoy your day,