Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Pumpkin Spice DT* Custom Tags!

Hi Everyone! Today I have some special little custom tags I made for someone special.....My MOM!!!! My mom is always knitting beautiful items like socks, gloves and scarves. She is always giving them away to friends and family and we are always so happy to receive them. I thought it would be nice to make some special custom tags that she can pin to her creations when she gives them away. I spent 2 days just trying to figure out how to create the little dots, circles and words into a round format, but I finally got it!  Here is what I came up with. Hope you enjoy!

The first set is bright and cheery. I used the My Minds Eye 12 days of Christmas paper and embellishments. Here are the links.

Twinery Twine. (now available at Pumpkin Spice) I used the color Maraschino for this collection.

For the next set I used My Minds Eye Lost & Found Christmas collection.

I used Spellbinders Nestabilities Circles and Scalloped Circles to cut the tags. Red glitter embossing powder(My favorite Christmas embossing powder) to emboss the edge of the inside circles and stamp the sentiments and snowflakes. Creamy Brown Colorbox ink to distress the paper.

I used the 6"x 6" sets for these tags, but I also have the 12" x 12" collections. I supplied you with links to both because these are such a great deal I highly recommend getting both the 6" and 12" collections this season because they are going to be great for different uses! I love the 6" for certain projects and the 12" for other projects! The print is a little different on each one giving you more versatility! Just my 2cents! Wouldn't these tags be cute put into a nice little box for a Christmas gift? You could use the 6" for the tags and the matching 12" for the boxes! ......
Thank you for taking a look today!
If I can inspire just one person today I have done my job!
XOXO SugarGem


  1. These are fantastic, Lenae! Tags make gifts extra special :)

  2. Lenae, these are awesome! I love all the fun colors and the embossing on the edges of the circles, I've never tried that.