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Christmas Gift Tags with ATTITUDE!

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Up on the housetop, click, click, click

Down through the chimney with good Saint Nick


One way to be sure your gifts don't get confused with those Santa leaves on Christmas Eve is to have beautiful gift tags. Today I have three White Tags to share made with images from the Altered Pages collage sheet Christmas ATCs printed on Craft Attitude printable film!


Tag inked with (red & brown) and embellished with vintage ribbon, snow flake chipboard (heat embossed with white embossing powder), clear Dew Drops, Gold Opulence and poinsettia!



Tag inked with (red & brown) and embellished with vintage ribbon,  Gold Opulence, Large Glitz Hello December Rhinestone, Glass Glitter and vintage holly leaves.

Tag inked with brown ink and spritzed with fern green. Then embellished with vintage ribbon,  Gold Opulence, Dew Drops Poinsettia and small pine cones! 


Make all your gifts  special with beautiful tags!

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  1. Your tags are beautiful! What a great way to dress up a present!

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  2. Very pretty...anyone would be excited to receive a package with one of these lovely tags!

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  3. I'm hoping to do some tags this year. You've given me lots of ideas - Love your work, Lyneen!

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  4. Lyneen- Your tags are just delightful!! I love each one!

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  5. Beautiful tags and for once I have the supplies <3

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    1. Jackie please share your tags when you make them!

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  6. Lovely Tags, don't they make any gift that much more special? Great layouts Lyneen!

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  7. Such beautiful tags. I love each and every one of them
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