Christmas. The season of giving. I saw an advent calendar at www.janethopkins.com that inspired me to make tags for the twelve days of Christmas to attach to gifts for my little girl's teacher.
Every day until we get off of school for the holidays, she will receive a small gift and a handmade tag. I found gifts for under $5 each like a can of Altoids or poinsettia mini kleenex.
I love how they look all together on my crib spring. (Should've made myself a set. But that is a lot of glittering, folks. I highly recommend doing all of the glittering at one time. But I never think of these things ahead of time. No, I cut out all but two of the figures with my Slice machine. Then, glittered those. Then, made those tags. THEN decided to cut the rest and glitter and now my studio is officially full of bling.)
I think the number 11 tag is my favorite. I used old dictionary paper glued to the tag and ripped off the edges after it dried. I like how it worked out that the church is in the background. The edges of most tags were distressed with Tim Holtz green or tea inks. This one was spritzed with olive glimmer mist. For those of you that can't read blurry stamping, the red says "Pipers Piping". I think I am definitely going to invest in a better red stamp pad. This one was not dark enough and blurred on the paper. Not cool.