Sunday, November 4, 2018

25 Days of Christmas Tags 2018...Day 4




Welcome to Day 4 of The 25 Tags of Christmas Tags 2018.  If you are just arriving for the first time, all the details and the linkup can be found HERE.



Our sponsor for Day 4 is Reverse Confetti.  

I used their brand spanking new Christmas Circles stamps.  To be honest, I first looked at those circles and had no idea what to do with them.  Then, I started stamping, and just couldn't stop.  They are so very fun.

My first project was to make a holiday wine bottle tag.  This will be great to have on hand for any holiday party I get invited to.  






I made a similar tag using blue and green, and switching up the orientation.



Here's a tag using a more traditional tag shape.  After I made this one, I thought it looked a bit like a Master Card ad.  Maybe I'll make a couple more of these in other colors.




And, last up are 2 more tags using some of my very favorite colors together.  Here is a hint on how to stretch your stamps with this stamp set.  See the solid green circles on the tag on the left?  I made those by using the reverse side of the stamp.



Please head over to Tracey's blog for more information on how you can join in on the fun and get a chance to win a prize.


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25 comments :

  1. Fabulous tags Joyce and a great idea to reverse your stamp for the plain circle image, I keep forgetting that trick.
    Love the wine tags as well. I made a few of these last year for a friend who makes wine and gives it away to friends at Christmas. Love the ho, ho, ho/happy holidays on it. Well done!

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  2. An array of fabulously festive tags, Joyce! Reversing the stamp for the solid circles: clever! Added to my 'remember to use' list!
    hugs~c

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  3. Fun! Love those circles and what you did with them!

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  4. So creative! Great colors and everyone needs a wine tag ;)

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  5. Fun, cheerful tags - they are very happy!

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  6. Cute tags. Love the bottle topper
    One way to keep track of which
    bottle belongs to you. thanks
    for sharing. txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  7. Too darn cute and so much fun! Love all your fabulous creations.

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  8. So much cuteness with the circles Joyce! I like to think of them as big polka dots!

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  9. Love the wine tag. We usually give bottles of wine, and this is a great idea.

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  10. These tags are so cute, especially the ones with the multi colored dots!

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  11. Simple, so cute and fun to create! I like all of these!

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  12. So cute and super creative. I'm just so bummed that i can't create anything (i'm post-surgery shoulder repair) but I'm so inspired and i just want to go craft with all this fabulous inspiration we're being given.
    Blessings,
    Karen Letchworth
    www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

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  13. I am a HUGE fan of your fabulous projects!

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  14. Wine tags! You are speaking my language. :) All of these are great! And I chuckled over your MasterCard comment. I now need to make more tags with this set!

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  15. Love this bottle tag & you have surely inspired me to CASE it. I'm trying to brew wine for the first time ever, it should be ready before Christmas & I can get my tag ready to present the first bottle to my DH.

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  16. The last tag is may favorite, must be for all the color haha

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  17. Happy, festive and oh so creative tags! Love the bold and graphic colors and images.

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  18. What fun! Love how creative you were with all those circles!

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  19. I like the simplicity, the last colorful one is my favorite!

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  20. Crisp, cool and wonderfully contemporary, Joyce ... those last couple of tags are deliciously fun and colourful! Hugs, Anita :)

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  21. Creative & fun use of those circle images!

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  22. Great set of tags! I like that these circle sentiments can be used on their own or with other stamps. You were very creative with them. I think they would be fun to stamp on plain kraft gift wrap to make your own polka dot wrapping paper.

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  23. More favorites of mine! Love the look of the overlapping circles.

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