Thursday, November 2, 2017

25 Days of Christmas Tags


Today we are excited to be part of the 7th Annual 25 Days of Christmas Tags with Tracey McNeely. Today is only Day 2 of this awesome feature so make sure you visit her blog each day to see all 25 days! Today she's featuring the Newton's Nook Design Team on her blog so make sure you head over there to see some more beautiful tags using NND products!

I created this fun bundle of tags today to play along:
 25 Days of Christmas Tags | Tags by Jennifer Jackson | Joyful Tags Stamp set and Snowfall Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade

For my project, I decided to make a bunch of tags using our Joyful Tags Stamp Set. The images in this stamp set were designed to have that handwritten chalkboard feeling and look awesome embossed in white on black cardstock but today I tried a different approach. I cut some small pieces of white cardstock and created green and red ombré backgrounds using distress oxide inks. The red uses barn door and candied apple and the green was created with Lucky Clover and Twisted Citron.

25 Days of Christmas Tags | Tags by Jennifer Jackson | Joyful Tags Stamp set and Snowfall Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade

Then I stamped the images over the backgrounds with versamark ink and embossed them with white embossing powder. Once they were all stamped and embossed I trimmed them out using the coordinating Tags Times Two Die Set.

25 Days of Christmas Tags | Tags by Jennifer Jackson | Joyful Tags Stamp set and Snowfall Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade

For the snowflake tags I used the Snowfall Stencil and white cardstock. I inked over the stencil using a sponge dauber and Twisted Citron Distress Oxide ink. These were also trimmed them out using the Tags Times Two Die Set. I finished all the tags off with some tinsel trim.

25 Days of Christmas Tags | Tags by Jennifer Jackson | Joyful Tags Stamp set and Snowfall Stencil by Newton's Nook Designs #newtonsnook #handmade

Inspired? You can play along - link up a tag you've created at Tracey's Blog Here!
She's giving away some awesome prizes too, Including one from us at Newton's Nook Designs!

28 comments:

  1. I love how these turned out 😍. Really fun tags!

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  2. Such sweet tags Jennifer, well done!

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  3. Awesome inky effects and what a great stamp/die set! You used them and the stencil perfectly. Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs, Autumn

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  4. Your tags are so pretty and cheerful!

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  5. Beautiful collection! Festive and bright!

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  6. Love these. Using just
    the colors and the embossing
    makes a pretty and easy tag.
    thanks for sharing.

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  7. Y'all did a great job with your creative tags!

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  8. This is a great set of tags ! I love the fonts and your choice of colours.

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  9. Love the simplicity of these. Beautiful set.

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  10. I love your tag!!! so beautiful a goos inspiration!

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  11. I like these cute and festive tags.

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  12. Beautiful set of tags!! Love the festive red and green ombre backgrounds with the fun white heat embossed fonts. And, the green snowflakes on the white is just fabulous

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  13. Beautiful set of tags! I love the fancy script and your beautiful inking.

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  14. Such pretty hues of red and green. Super cute tags!

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  15. Amazing festive tags!!! Love them!!!

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  16. Love your tags! They are gorgeous! Thanks for the great idea!

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  17. The embossing over the DO ink looks fantastic. Love all your tags!

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  18. everything about these tags is perfect!

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  19. Nice and festive! Good job creating several too....these will come in handy when the holidays arrive. :)

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  20. Love these tags. The cute and easy,

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  21. Such cute tags - love the white embossing.

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  22. I love this set of tags! So much! I’m so glad you didn’t just do the chalkboard effect because your blending is fabulous!

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