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Christmas Shaker Tag

Happy Tuesday everyone!  So glad to be back with you this week.   I am getting ready for Christmas even though it will be in the high 80's and even the low 90's this week.  Recently I ordered a ton of wonderful goodies from the store and couldn't wait to get inky! 

Here is a fun shaker tag I made. 


Let me walk you through the steps I took to make it. 

First I used the Lawn Fawn Say What? Tag Dies and cut out three of the tag bases.  I cut one from white cardstock, one from green Gingham from Sunny Studio and one from acetate. I then cut10 of the stackable tags out of white cardstock.  I stamped to and love from the Lawn Fawn Tiny Tags Sayings stamp set in Gina K Amalgam Ink, filled the heart in with a red copic marker and adhered the two tags back sides together. 


I adhered one of tag frames to the acetate base and the rest of the frames together.  I used Lawn Fawn Glue Tube to adhere them all together and then finally to the green tag base.   I then filled the base with loose sequins.  To put the tag together, I adhered the acetate backed tag frame to the rest of the tag to close it off.  



Using the super cute Sunny Studio Happy Owlidays stamp set I stamped the present and owl image with Gina K Amalgam ink and colored them with copics.  Adding some fun detail, I dotted the present with a White Gelly Roll pen and then I cut them out with the Happy Owlidays die set and then adhered them to the front of the tag with thin foam adhesive.


Adding an extra touch I used the green and red Lawn Trimmings Twine to finish it off.


Hope you enjoyed the tag!  I have to say I am super excited to make many more just like it.  Enjoy your day!


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