Simple tags using the Christmas Cheer Cricut cartridge, cut at 3 3/4".
I made these tags to put on the plate of goodies that we'll be taking to neighbors to wish them a Merry Christmas.
My husband is the holiday goody maker, divinity, fudge, and grandma's sugar cookie recipe that we love to decorate. When my family decorates the cookies my husband always kills Rudolf every year by making a frosting arrow on the deer, don't take offense if we didn't have a reindeer he would kill a snowman... it's just a crazy tradition, and if he didn't do it the girls would miss yelling at him... "oh Dad just killed Rudolf.... DAD, oh not again DAD!!!!"
Do you have a silly holiday tradition? Please share.
On to the tag info...
I used the "tag" selection key to cut out the image on the tag, my pattern paper was not cardstock heavy so I cut using these dial sizes: Blade 4, Speed 3, Pressure 3. this is what worked for this paper.
I cut the backing for the tag from pg. 131 of Christmas Cheer.
I added some funky fibers which adds such a fun touch.
Have a wonderful creativity day!
These are just adorable! The fibers are such a great choice...they'll really make the tags stand out. TFS!ReplyDelete