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Tuesday 17 November 2020

25 Days of Christmas Tags - Day 10 again

             

This is my third year of participating - I really enjoyed it last year (and the year before!)

 And when it came to Christmas, I had more than enough tags made!!

It is hosted by Tracey McNeely and you will find the main hop post here
She works really hard to organise this hop and secures many sponsors!

Day 10 sponsor is Reverse Confetti

Each day I will CASE or be inspired by at least one tag...! Usually there are several that I am inspired by. Then visiting and commenting on other participants means that I see ideas that I have missed or see more inspiration!!
  
Here are my tags...


I was inspired by Lindsey M-P
 on Day TEN with these delightful tags!




These are my two:


Recipe:
  1. Die cut circles using Spellbinders Scored and Pierced Circle Dies in white, red and patterned paper.
  2. I used a Stampin Up punch to make the top tag.
  3. Die cut Ho Ho Ho's using dies from my stash - not sure of their origin.
  4. Red ribbon.
I will link these to the main hop post


Happy Crafting!


3 comments:

  1. Love the bold red and white of your tags, and the fun circle shape. Thanks so much for playing along at The 25 Days of Christmas Tags.

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  2. These are pretty! I really like the die cuts for the sentiments. Glad I could help inspire you, and thanks for joining us at the 25 Days of Christmas Tags event!

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