Over Thanksgiving Break, I finally had a chance to stamp a little bit, and I made some neat Christmas cards and gift tags. I choose a color palette, and made many different looks with only a handful of stamps, ribbon, and punches.
These tags were so easy to make, first I stamped a simple snowflake on cardstock. Then I used a tag-shaped punch to get the tag itself. Next, I used a small round hole punch at the top, then threaded ribbon through.
On the back, I stamped a little saying on each one.
On this tag I stamped in light blue on white cardstock. I used different sized circle hole punches to give the snowflakes depth, revealing gray cardstock behind.
For this gift card I used sage, burgundy, and ivory cardstock, along with sage ribbon to give these gift boxes a 3-D effect.
On the back I stamped a little snowflake as an added touch.
This card is made with a gray background, and eggplant and sage ink colors on white. I used different stamps repeated on small sheets of white, then I cut out tree shapes. I used a sponge around the edges of the trees to give them more depth. Natural hemp and a simple "joy" stamp finish this card off.