We all need Tags and Labels for our suitcases or when we are giving gifts, but they really can be a lovely addition to our papercraft too.
There are all kinds of helpful tools available which can help make nice, neat, tidy tag shapes ... from stencils and die cuts, to punches and peel offs.
I had none of these in the size I wanted, so had no choice but to hand cut all the little tags before adding the letters which spell Christmas, which is why they aren't uniform in size.
I punched holes through the tags with my crop-o-dile, which has been gathering dust on the shelf from lack of use, before attaching them to the gold embossed tree with teeny tiny brads.
On the cream textured base card I had adhered 2 narrow strips of vintage red paper to gold mirri card and then placed them at the top and bottom of the card.
Foam pads were used to attach the tagged-up tree slightly off centre and a simple gold peel off finished it all off.
So the question is ... "How Do You Use Yours?"
Pop over to Bah! Humbug! and see what my buddies Ann and Irene have been doing with their tags and labels. OH ... and while you're there, have a look to see who won our April Prize Draw!