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Stampin' Up! Tags & Tidings for Mass Production!

Hey there! I've been working on items for a craft fair this weekend, which of course means kicking into mass-production mode! I created a darling set of tags (more than one, actually) with the Tags & Tidings Bundle from the Holiday Catalog last week, so of course I wanted to make a bunch of them for the fair. I quickly realized some modifications were necessary if I wanted to be able to price them reasonably AND actually get a bunch of them made!

Find my original post about the tags HERE,

more HERE

and HERE.

Modified, there are more tags now than originally. Tags & Tidings has 16 different tags all in one stamp, so there's lots to choose!


First I traded out Cherry Cobbler 1/4" Double-Stitched Ribbon for a darling Cherry Cobbler bow cut with a Farmhouse Framelits Die. The die cuts SIX bows simultaneously!  I adhered to the little tags with a dot of liquid glue.


Next, instead of tying the Mossy Meadow Festive Farmhouse Cotton Twine around the stiff 5/8" Striped Burlap Ribbon, I STAPLED the ribbon together, saving A LOT of tying time!


I then tied the Mossy Meadow twine in a bow and adhered over the staple on the tag front, saving twine and time!


All the rest of the tags are the same, but here's some close-ups of these adorable little gems!


"For You":


"Do Not Open Until Christmas":


"Christmas Greetings":


"Merry Christmas to You and Yours":


Now that you know how to streamline the tag-making, here's your shopping list! Refer to my original tag post for the rest of the directions!

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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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