Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Christmas Gift Tags

One of my favorite things about working with digital images is the ability to change their size to fit their function. All of the Angels Landing images I used today were sized down to just under 2 inches so that I could use them to create gift tags for my Christmas gift wrapping.

All of my images were printed on white Georgia Pacific cardstock and colored with Copic markers.

Tag #1 - Digital Image from Season's Tweetings by Angels Landing. Cut out with Nestabilities Labels 3.

Tag #2 - Digital image from Ho Ho Hollydays by Angels Landing. Cut out with oval Nestabilities.


Tag #3 - Digital image from Ho Ho Hollydays by Angels Landing. Cut out with Nestabilities Labels 4

Papers used: Real Red and Glorious Green by Stampin' Up, white Georgia Pacific

Be sure to check out Judi's digi stamps blog to see the tiny treasures created by the rest of the Angels Landing design team!!

12 comments:

  1. wow..Lynn, you're ahead of the game, already wrapping gifts!! too cute! love them all!

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  2. Great tags, Lynn! It is fun being able to size digital images to whatever we need!

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  3. Those tags are so cute! Anyone would love a gift with those on it...Your suff is the best Lynn!

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  4. What a fun set of tags, Lynn. The smaller sizes of dies worked out really well for the layers. The images look so sweet this size. Great way to personalize a gift. :)

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  5. I keep looking at your gorgeous Christmas cards trying to get inspired to make 300 cards for my clients and friends... Soon!

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  6. OMG, you already have packages wrapped! What fabulous tags. Great job, Lynn. Sure hop you can join us for Twisted Thursday!

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  7. Oooh, Lynn! What awesome tags and gift wrapping. Very pretty. I love the different dps that you used. ..such pretty patterns. Beautiful job on your coloring too! You did wonderful on this week's DT challenge!

    Maria

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  8. Great idea, I love that dog tag. Are those real gifts, are you already that far on your shopping?

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  9. What a clever idea to resize digi image to make gift card labels. Very cute.

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  10. These are so cute. I can hardly wait to see them up under your tree!!

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