To create the card I stamped the snowflakes from Crystal Flurries in three teal inks. I used Hero Arts Soft Pool, Hero Arts Tide Pool, and Hero Arts Ocean dye inks. Then I stamped the sentiment from Holiday Lyrics with versamark and heat-embossed it with silver embossing powder. Finally I added light green gems to the center of some of the snowflakes!
For the shaker tags I die-cut the tag die from a stamp storage pocket. When you die-cut the acetate with a stitched line it seals the acetate together. I wouldn’t recommend relying on it to hold if it was going to get moved or disturbed a lot; but it held beads, sequins, and die-cuts easily without separating. I cut off the top of the tag to give myself a way to fill the shaker. I stamped a few extra snowflakes and cut them with my Scan N Cut. After they were cut out I stamped the same snowflakes on the opposite side so the tag can be viewed from either direction. Then I added the snowflakes, beads, and sequins to the shaker and sealed it with my Fuse tool.
Then I die-cut the same tag shape from teal cardstock and stamped the sentiment from Holiday Lyrics and heat-embossed them with silver embossing powder. I also stamped a few snowflakes with dye ink. One of my tags doesn’t really fit the teal color scheme but I wanted to use Elsa’s Dress couture mix so I decided to go for it! Creating a second tag of cardstock gives me a space to write a message on the gift tag!
For one tag I used vellum instead of cardstock and it created a really soft, pretty look!
To finish the tags I punched a hole in them and threaded them with ribbon! Now they’re all ready to go when I start wrapping presents!
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