Trinity Stamps – Joy Holiday Tags

Hello there! Thanks so much for stopping by today. I am over on the Trinity Stamps blog today sharing this simple set of holiday tags that I created with the new Holiday Tag die set. I just adore the look of this tag and the fact that you can use the holiday accents or not, so it’s great all year long!

To create this set of tags, I inked up a strip of cardstock just wider than the ornament with distress oxide inks in aged mahogany and candied apple. Then I spritzed it with water and blotted it dry. Next, I cut the ball part of the ornament from it three times. I took a small strip of gold foil cardstock and cut the topper portion three times next. While I had the foiled cardstock out I also cut the JOY letters from it. Finally, I cut the whole ornament from white cardstock and just kept the frame.

Next, I cut the main tag shape three times from white cardstock. I used my blending buddy brush to add some light teal dye ink as a shadow behind where the ornaments will be adhered. For some added interest I took a darker shade of teal ink, smooshed it on my glass mat, sprayed it with water and flicked it on the tags with a paintbrush.

Next, I used liquid glue and adhered my ornaments to each tag, then added the foiled JOY letters on top of each one. I finished things off by threading white satin ribbon through the hole and tied it with gold thread from my stash.

Aren’t these tags just beautiful?!? They will be the perfect accent to a Christmas gift bag or treat this season. I’m really excited to start putting things together and giving all of these creations out!

Products used:
Trinity Stamps Holiday Tag dies
Distress Oxide Ink – aged mahogany, candied apple
Liquid glue
Blending Buddy Brushes

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

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