Saturday, December 17, 2016

Technical Difficulties - Maybe Not?

Well, I was just about to give up posting pictures, but then all of a sudden the window opened and I was able to load these up.

This past couple of weeks I've been ordering and receiving gifts from Amazon, I just love shopping without the crowds and hassle!

So now, it is time for some tags to go with the gifts.  What better way than with our Tin of Tags Project Kit.  

It took less than 30 minutes to make these first nine tags.  It actually took more time cutting the Baker's Twine and tying them onto the tags than stamping and decorating!

Here they are close up.   There are a total of 30 tags, 3 each of 10 designs.  So easy to do.  All you do is stamp the sentiments from the Tin of Tags Stamp Set  (sold separately), add a little bling, all of which comes in the kit.

Thank you for looking in today.  Come back tomorrow for more tags from the kit.  

Happy Saturday!


  1. I won the Tin of Tags kit and stamp set on a blog. I already had the stamp set and then another one which SU is switching out for me. So, I have the third set to do something with. I have not made the tags yet as the kit just came on Thurs. and I have been knee deep in finishing cards and other goodies. I cut one of the stamps apart to make a card that turned out so darn cute. I cut the "spread some" from the "Christmas cheer" and stamped them in opposite corners. I have a Santa stamp that is a 3 panel one where he is peaking over the wall and doing something else etc. (like Kilroy). These I used markers in bright primary colors and put this panel on a tilt in the middle. Anyway, too cute. I think this has to be one of my most used sets this year. The tin also looks mighty cute sitting under my little feather tree that is decorated in little silver mercury balls and red matted balls.

    Chris R. from Iowa

    1. It is such a fun set isn't it? The tin is really the best part! Love that I can put everything back inside (except the stamps, of course) and pull it back out when I'm ready to use them. The Santa stamp sounds cute and would be adorable peeking over the wall!


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