25 Days of Christmas Tags

Thursday, November 2, 2017


Hello, lovelies!
I am so very excited to be joining this wonderful blog hop { 25 Days of Christmas Tags } by Tracey McNeely (click HERE to check out her fabulous blog!) as a Newton's Nook Designs Design Team member today! Jen is sponsoring this fun event along with many other companies, and they all have fabulous prizes! So make sure you head over to Tracey's blog and read the rules to participate!

Here is my take...;-)


Newton's Nook Designs Santa Paws Newton Set - Naki Rager


I used a few NND products to create these small but fun tags ;-)
I die cut the bigger tags with the Tags Times Two Die Set from the plastic bag that stamp/die sets come in (I can't throw them out! LOL), sewed it together except the top, poured in this mixture of gold, silver, and clear confetti, copper star sequins, and a few snowflakes, which were die cut with the Snow Globe Shaker Die Set from shimmery white cardstock. 


Newton's Nook Designs Snow Globe Scenes Set - Naki Rager


I also die cut the round tag with the Tags Times Two Die Set from kraft cardstock.
On this one, I stamped this cute little reindeer from the Snow Globe Scenes set with brown ink, quickly colored with colored pencils, and added a little bit of metallic copper Nuvo crystal Drop on his nose ;-)


Newton's Nook Designs Snow Globe Scenes Set - Naki Rager


On second one, I stamped this adorable snowman also from the Snow Globe Scenes set, colored with colored pencils, and added light blue Nuvo crystal drop on his buttons ;-)


Newton's Nook Designs Santa Paws Newton Set - Naki Rager


On third one, I stamped this adorable mouse from the Santa Paws Newton set, colored with colored pencils, and glossy white Nuvo crystal drop on his pom pom ;-) I added a copper star sequin on each tag, and this little cutie is making a wish upon it. Maybe it is the same star as the reindeer and snowman see...;-)


Newton's Nook Designs Santa Paws Newton Set - Naki Rager


A snippet of linen twine along with a few snippets of copper thread were fed through the holes to keep both tags together on each set. I also die cut the sentiment from the Snow Globe Shaker Die Set from copper foil sheet and stapled them on my clear tags ;-)



Thank you so much for stopping by!
Hope you enjoyed it, I certainly did!

Thank you Tracey for having me, and thank you Jen for sponsoring this fabulous event!



27 comments :

  1. Oh wow! I love these! So much fun!!!

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  2. Naki, these are just amazing! (Pinned!)

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  3. How CLEVER! I've seen a tool that fuses the plastic similarly to stitch marks, but actual stitching is so pretty! I love the layers and fun shaker idea. Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs, Autumn

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  4. Darling shaker tags! Love the pretty sequins and super cute images.

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  6. I save the bags too. Looking froward to trying out this idea. Your tags are so cute!

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  7. Wow! This tag collection is really amazing! I love the clear "baggie" that you've sewn together and turned into a shaker! So much detail and it looks AMAZING!

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  8. Love the use of the bags.
    Great way to recycle and
    re-purpose. Fantastic
    tags.
    thanks for sharing.

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  9. Oh my ! Your tags are really awesome !! I love the clear base !

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  10. Wow, so much going on here. Love the shaker elements because it's so unexpected.

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  11. I love this tag! I would try to do a similar tag!

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  12. SEWING those plastic bags to make tags - AWESOME Naki!! And I love how you gave some of the smaller images some love with these sweet tags as well. Thank you for the lovely inspiration!

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  13. Those are amazing! The really caught me eye! May have to CASE you here....

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  14. AWESOME shaker tags! Love the stitched recycled bag!!!!

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  15. This is such a cute idea! I love the clear little shaker bags you created!! And the tiny images fit perfectly in those little round tags too! Thank you for featuring our images on the 25 days of Christmas Tags!
    -Jen {Newton's Nook Designs}

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  16. So cute, and love the use of the clear die bags. Very clever!

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  17. Adorable festive tags!!! Love them!!!

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  18. Such an adorable tag set. LOVE the packets of sequins and such!!

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  19. I think its amazing and wonderful that you used the plastic packaging as the base of your tags! Love the cute images on the tags themselves and the lovely embellishments!

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  20. These are so cute!!! love the transparent shaker part!!!

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  21. Your tags are wonderful! Good job on the recyling too with the plastic packaging. I always save mine too (use it for the windows of shakers). :)

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  22. Love the clear shaker design. They’re lovely.

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  23. These are the cutest tags ever - love how you reused the plastic and love all the little goodies you sprinkeld inside the bags.

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  24. Wow! These are prolly any! Love how you repurposed the bags and filled them with fun! And the double tag idea is great, too.

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