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yellowcheerios/Melissa, I did use my sewing machine for that small detail. I got one for Christmas because I wouldn't shut up about adding that detail to my papercrafting projects! I'm still learning how to use it, but I'm excited.
I'm so glad you all like this tag! Papercrafting, in general, is a new found hobby for me, so I like participating in this swap to be able to develop my creativity as well as to become inspired. I can't wait to see what the next months bring!

Such a pretty tag!! I love the wooden snowflakes against the Kraft and the punch of bright colors on the bottom! Very clean and pretty. Thanks for participating in the swap:)

I love the tag you sent me SWEETlymade! I think the wooden snowflakes are the neatest thing!! I love the sewing--even though you can only see it at the sides! Did you sew that on your sewing machine?

I also really like the die cut shape you used in the center!

Good job!

TFS!!

I love that you used a kraft tag to start your snowflake theme! I love the wooden snowflakes and the patterned paper together. Everything about it is really nice!

This is so cute. I love the color scheme and so many different types of snowflakes!

This is a cute tag.

Project - January Tag Swap
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Project - January Tag Swap
by SWEETly Made
posted 01/11/13 at 10:45 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking, Altered Projects

This was my tag I made for the January Tag Swap on the General Stamping MB.

Instructions
1.Cut a piece of Winter Wonderland paper to 2 ¾ x 3 1/8
2.Adhere to bottom of tag with adhesive (I also sewed a zig zag on the top just because!)
3.Cut an accent tag in the default size (from the Cricut Craft Room Basics) from white glitter paper
4.Cut the same accent tag, but the shadow version from blue glitter cardstock
5.Layer the smaller accent tag over the larger accent tag
6.Paper pierce both sides of the tag through your craft tag with the mini brads
7.Cut a circle from the Stampin’ UP! Cardstock
8.Adhere the “let it snow” piece (cut from Winter Wonderland paper) to the circle
9.Adhere the circle to the accent tag with Mod Podge
10.Punch a snowflake out of blue glitter paper
11.Adhere to the accent tag with Mod Podge
12.Cover the wood veneer snowflakes with Stickles
13.Once dry, adhere around the accent tag with Zots
14.Wrap baker’s twine around the top of the craft tag and die a bow on top of the button

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