Last Minute Crafting From last Year

merry christmas tagsHi there. How are you.

Christmas is over, I know, these are the last minute things I made. You know the bits you have to make because there weren’t enough tags for example and that last minute card you thought you had made and given to some body else!

The tags were made as easily as I could. Snowflakes all cut with a tiny circle die from an old Christmas card from last year (I save any thing I think will be useful). Die-cut a sentiment from red card. White card embossed with a Swiss dots embossing folder. Blue card cut into squares. The corners of the squares were rounded.

The white embossed card is cut into slightly smaller squares than the blue and matted on top. The merry Christmas glued down and the snowflake stuck down with a small piece of foam tape for height. I used blue yarn to tie them.

Village Scene Christmas Card2The card is almost the same as the one I posted here. The differences were the gold card instead of silver and the colour differences in the backing paper and houses.

That’s the end of Christmas. The tree and decorations have all gone back to live in the attic for another year.Just enough time to breathe a little, then start all over again.

For Christmas new dies and crafty stuffs were given (big thanks to all gift givers) so now I get to have fun making things with new stuffs, yay.

Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read. Till next time have fun xx

Dies used:
Creative Expressions Sue Wilson Festive Collection – Snowflakes
FREE Merry Christmas die
Spellbinders – Nesting Circles
DoCrafts Xcut Build a Scene Cutting Dies – Village
Embossing folder:
Swiss Dots

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