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Sunday 22 November 2020

25 Days of Christmas Tags - Day 20


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 20 sponsor is The Greetery

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 Tracey herself
 on Day Twenty with these lovely tags. 

These are mine:

  1. I used my Cricut to cut my shapes using white card and a paper from Francheville Australian Animals and Christmas Trees by Jocelyn Proust. The svg file was a freebie online
  2. The sentiment is an old one on my computer from Imagine That Digistamps
  3. red/pink twine.

I will link this to the main hop post

I will also link these to

I will be sharing today's seasonal make on Leigh's info page... Day 15, November 22nd


  1. Yummmy...love your sweet treat holders, just so much fun. Thank you so much for playing along with Tracey's 25 Days of Christmas Tags!

  2. OH MY GOSH!!!! These are super cute!!! I love how you pieced together the papers!

  3. Oh, the sweetie tags are really cuuuuute :-D x

  4. Love your sweet tags Susan, they also remind me of Christmas Crackers too!

    Val S - LeighSBDesigns DT

  5. Those sweetie tags are so much fun!
    Thanks for joining in on the 'Tis the Season Blog Hop!
    Stay Safe!

  6. Oooo, these are great! Thanks for the link to the cut file! The pink is just awesome on these and the sentiments are perfect!


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