Hello everyone!! I’m here today to post my homework from my new Online Card Class!! The new class is Holiday Card Workshop!! I’m so excited about this class.
So, I’m starting with day 5 because I haven’t had a chance to start any of my cards until yesterday which happen to be DAY 5!!
Day 5 just happen to be Gift Tags!! Gift tags are so much fun and nothing gives a wrapped gift a finishing touch like a gift tag.
Today we learned how to make three different tags:
1. Gift Card Tag by Kristina Werner
2. 2-in-1 Tag and Card by Laura Sterckx
3. Window Tags by Yana Smakula (my favorite)
All of the lessons taught today were simple amazing. I truly learned a lot and will share my creations with you.
1. Let’s begin with my take on Kristina’s gift card tag:
Isn’t this gift card holder tag the cutest!! I didn’t punch a hole in the tag yet because I’m not sure how I want to use it.
Take a look at that closure! Kristina taught us how to create that. I thought that was the amazing part of this gift card tag.
I didn’t add a gift card inside yet, because I’m not sure who I’m going to give this tag too.
Now on to the next tag!
2. Here is my take on Laura’s 2-n-1 gift tag and card:
I’m so proud of my tag! This is the first time I built a sense using my stamps and dies. I’ve always been afraid to try for fear of messing up, but I really enjoyed creating this.
Here is the inside of my tag, that now can be a card!! Love it!!
This is what the tag looks like on the side!
Now on to my favorite of the three!!
Yana taught us how to create three different window cards from: easy, medium, hard!
1. This is my take on Yana’s Window tags:
Easy Tag first:
This was an easy window tag to reproduce. I love how pretty it looks just as it is.
2. Medium tag:
This tag is a step up from the first tag. All I did was add foam tape and some pattern paper.
3. Hard tag:
This tag is now a shaker tag!! Yayyy! (Don’t mind my small camera lens behind the tag.)
Here is an extra:
How cute are these tags!!
Now take a look at my card with the Medium tag:
I love the chalkboard look!! Do you?
How cute is this!!!!!!! I love this lesson. My mind is 100 miles per hour on what I can create next, using these ideas.
Take a closer look at my card front:
Yes, that is thread on my card. Can you believe you that? Yes, I used my little sewing machine with the help of my daughter and stitched that window sheet on my card.
Now look at my complete package:
Yayyyy!!! I love this set! I can’t wait to make more. I might use this set as a giveaway!! I love it and want to share it!
I can’t wait to share the rest of the days with you.
Gift Card Tag
2-n-1 Tag and Card
Window Tag and Card:
Thank you so much for stopping by!
11 thoughts on “Holiday Card Workshop Day 5”
Great set of tags. Well done!
Hey Maxmak1!! Thank you for your kind words. I can’t get enough of those tags. I might make some more, lol.
Well done with your homework!! So funny because I haven’t done any of my homework yet, so started on Day 5 last night too!! These all look fantastic and can imagine you will be making many more. So many good things in these classes, tonight I will try Day 4 but just noticed there is a Bonus Day….eeekkk!
Hey Shona!! Thank you so much. Oooo, I can’t wait to see what you create for this class. I’m working on Day 4 today. I have one more card to make then post. Yes, a bonus day. Those projects looks fun too.
these are awesome! I’ve yet to do the homework and you started after me! 🙂
Hey Rubeena!! LOL, thank you so much. I told you I craft through the night and those tags were so easy to make that I couldn’t help myself. I’m ready to post Day 4 in a few minutes so you better get on it!!
I love love love these tags.. Their all cute. You did a beautiful job
Hey Erica!! Thank you so much.
all of your tags turned out so lovely! such a fun class!
Such super clever tags!! Way to go – getting all “taggy” on us!! You did a most impressive job on making many different tags, each with a style all their own!! Now that’s what I call creative!!
Oh, I have to say I love making tags now. These were so much fun to create. I can’t wait to make more. Maybe you’ll see some of these in your mailbox!