Avery Elle Holiday Tags turned Ornaments

Avery Elle Holiday Tags turned Ornaments

Posted by Cassie Trask on

Hello there, it’s Cassie back with another tutorial for you! Today I’ve made these sweet little tags that the recipient can easily use as an ornament after the gift is opened. So, it’s like two gifts in one! To make these shaker tags you’ll want to follow these instructions:

    Step 1. Stamp your images from the Avery Elle Polar Playtime and Avery Elle Cloche stamp sets onto some Copic friendly cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink.

    Step 2. You can color the images using the Copics I have listed, or choose your own – C1, C4, C6, C8, E44, E87, G03, G09, R32, R24, YR18, RV11

    Step 3. Use the matching dies for the Polar Playtime and Cloche stamps to die cut out the images.

    Step 4. To make one tag, you’ll need to die cut 10 more cloches with the centers in order to have the polished border for your shaker. Adhere all 10 using some Avery Elle Liquid Glue. You could also skip this step and use foam tape instead.

    Step 5. Spray Distress Oxide Sprays in the colors Chipped Sapphire and Seedless Preserves onto some Distress Watercolor Paper. Spritz it with shimmer spray if you’d like as well as some water. Then use the large Cloche die to die cut your night background.

    Step 6. Stamp ‘To:’ and ‘From:’ onto the back of your background.

    Step 7. Die cut a snow bank with one of the Cloche dies.

    Step 8. Use some liquid glue to start adhering your tags starting with your background on the bottom, then your snowflake, then your 10-stack border.

    Step 9. Glue your Copic colored image to the inside and sprinkle some Distress Mica Flakes on the inside.

    Step 10. Die cut the large Cloche die out of some acetate and adhere that to the front of you tag, and now adhere your Copic colored Cloche image to the front.

    Step 11. Finally, you’ll cut some Lawn Fawn Red Sparkle Hemp Cord to be about 8 inches long. Fold that in half, and then stick it through the top of your tag, and finish it off with a knot.

    Products Used:

    Avery Elle Clear Stamp – Cloche - SKU: ST-19-29

    Avery Elle Elle-ments Die – Choche - SKU: D-19-29

    Avery Elle Clear Stamp – Polar Playtime - SKU: ST-19-32

    Avery Elle Elle-ments Die – Polar Playtime - SKU: D-19-32

    Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Cardstock - SKU: TDA-39549

    Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Chipped Sapphire - SKU: TSO-67634

    Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Spray - Seedless Preserves - SKU: TSO-67863

    MISTI Stamping Tool - Original

    Tsukineko Memento Full Size Dye Inkpad - Tuxedo Black - SKU: ME-000-900

    VersaMark Watermark Stamp Pad - SKU: VM-100

    Scrappy Tape 1/8" x 30 yds - SKU: ST18

    Avery Elle Liquid Glue - SKU: AD1901

    Nuvo Craft Spoon - SKU: 978n

    Lawn Fawn Acetate - SKU: LF1940

    Tim Holtz Distress Mica Flakes, 50g - SKU: TDR69140

    Lawn Trimmings Hemp Cord - Red Sparkle - SKU: LF922

    Copic Sketch Marker - Clay - E44

    Copic Sketch Marker - Fig - E87

    Copic Sketch Marker - Cool Gray No. 1 - C1

    Copic Sketch Marker - Cool Gray No. 4 - C4

    Copic Sketch Marker - Cool Gray No. 6 - C6

    Copic Sketch Marker - Cool Gray No. 8 - C8

    Copic Sketch Marker - Peach - R32

    Copic Sketch Marker - Prawn - R24

    Copic Sketch Marker - Sanguine - YR18

    Copic Sketch Marker - Meadow Green - G03

    Copic Sketch Marker - Veronese Green - G09

    Copic Sketch Marker - Pink - RV11

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