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Large Tags for Gift Bags

We all have the gift we forgot about. Last minute shopping. No time for wrapping.  For last minute wrapping I like to have a few large tags ready and waiting to decorate a big brown bag and festive tissue to use inside the bag!

Here is a tag I will have on hand just waiting for the perfect last minute gift!





Supplies:
Large Tag
Altered Pages Collage Angels from Vintage Christmas Angels
Cardstock
Mist
Music Page Stencil
Dimensional Paste
Pallet Tool
Gold Corners Stickers
Lace trim
Tacky Glue
Glue Stick
Merry Christmas Stamp
ColorBox Ink Chianti
Eiffel Scissors
Pin
Charm
Dew Drops
Red Tulle
Flowers

 
Spritz Large Tag with Mist and let dry!
 

 
Use the Music Page Stencil with dimensional paste and Pallet Tool, liberally spread paste over stencil. 
 
 
Let the paste dry.

 
With ColorBox Ink Chianti and Merry Christmas Stamp, stamp sentiment on the tag.  Add Gold Corners Stickers to the lower left and upper right corners.

 
With Glue Stick attach image to cardstock.  Fussy cut Altered Pages Collage Angels from Vintage Christmas Angels using Eiffel Scissors. (The Eiffel Scissors would be a great gift for anyone who loves Paris!)

 
Pin and charm embellish the tag.

 
Glue lace to the tag, thread hat Pin in the lace, attach the Charm to the Pin with tulle.  Add a few Flowers.
 
 
Last add a few Dew Drops to the tag and tulle to the top of the tag!




 
 
 
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