Friday, December 12, 2008

Christmas Taggin'

No, I'm not tagging someone right now. I've been playing with my JustRite stampers and making tags for the gifts I'm wrapping. They're going to my kids and I wanted them to be fun, and I've just had a ball with these. The little "Elmo" is for my sweetie granddaughter and it is a stamp I found on sale at Michael's by Inkadinkadoo and I just knew I'd use it for my babies. The possibilities for these stampers are not actually "endless" but pretty close. Just thought I'd post some holiday fun and yes, I am actually working on Christmas projects and not just "playing." I also made smaller tags using my 2008 Christmas Tag set from PTI, and various other stamps put together with my Nesties. These, however, really fill the bill for a larger package where you don't want your tag to get lost. I need to get back to the fun, - ahem....."work", so that's it for now. Thanks for looking and hope you like them.
Note: These are still on sale at Flourishes, and at JustRite Stampers until Dec.19.


Carolyn Bounds said...

You have been one very busy lady!!! It is a good thing that this is fun work:o) All of these are spectacular, and I am going to have to check out our Michael's. My youngest son was an Elmo fanatic as a child!!! He is now 15 and still refuses to part with his beloved Elmos. According to him, he is saving them for his future children:o) Gotta love it!!! It put an instant smile right on my face!!! Have fun playing...I mean working!!!


Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Karen these are so fun and pretty. I love the elmo one hee hee... Great idea for the gifts, enjoy!

Leslie Miller said...

Aren't these fun! They're so festive. Elmo looks especially cute with the candy canes circling him. I love these for tags and didn't get to use them nearly enough this year. That's a lot of Nestie cutting, but just so darn cute!

Anonymous said...

These are sooo nice! You really are helps to really enjoy doing it! Just wish we could stop the clock while working on papercrafts...that would be soooo nice. I'm often accused of falling into a black hole while working on cards, I just don't understand!?? :)