Tags on bags
Tags on boxes
Tags on gifts
Tags on garlands
Tags on trees
Tags on treats
Tags on any thing you need!
The design of these tags is something of a mystery to me. I have been making them for quite a while now, but why I originally chose to do them folded instead of flat, I really am not sure. It does provide a little extra space to write in for those of us who overflow with holiday cheer to those we hold dear (Christmas makes me write in rhyme and rhythm it seems!). Regardless of the reason, people seem to enjoy something with a little more to it, and I like the added flexibility of a more card-like tag.
Because I love these little tags so much, I thought I would share with you some of the ideas I have had for using them. I so enjoy decorating for Christmas, and these little tags come in quite handy at this time of year!
Stuck with a boring bag? No problem! Grab a tag and make it beautiful.
Don't forget to mark your gifts--wouldn't want them to be mystery gifts. If you like the fraktur style, this goes well with simple patterned and craft wrapping paper. A sprig of greenery adds a nice touch.
For something a little different on your mantle of over your door, make a garland with these. There are a number of ways you could do this, from ribbon to string to greenery. I chose to tuck them into a pine cone garland with added fresh greenery.
Tags as Gifts
For someone like me, I thought it would be neat to get some cute pens, a nice box, and some tags and ribbon. A fun gift to help people give!
Tags on Treats
I like these tags for putting on baked goods at Christmas, because they are small enough to not be in the way or dwarf the treats. They attach easily if hole punched, or even using double-sided tape.
Tags on Trees
Feel free to use any of these ideas and may your season be merry and blessed! You can find my tags for sale at http://www.rebekahlsmith.com/#!store/c1upg