Last year I bought the Tag Buffet Project kit for my Christmas gift tags and one of my classes. Alas, COVID prevented me from holding the class and seeing family so no need for my tags (I ordered all my gifts online, probably like so many of you). But, I did send Christmas cards as I always do and created them using my tag kit. What?? Yes, this tag kit made 30 darling Christmas cards, and I still have the actual tags left over!!! Best news? The kit is on the Clearance Rack so you can save even more on making your Christmas cards for this year!
Now the sad news, I made my cards using this kit in just two days and immediately mailed them out. ARGH…I forgot to take pictures! But rummaging around in my craft room I did find two of my cards from the set. At least you can get an idea of how easy these cards are to make with just a few supplies. I used the tag front pieces – a Christmas stocking and ornament, a set of gift boxes, a Christmas tree, a cardinal, and a set of branches to my card fronts. I used the Basic White cardstock as my card base and either added a small frame of color in either Real Red or Shaded Spruce to each card. I’m still so bummed I forgot to take pictures of my cards!
Here’s a picture of the kit, box, and the tag backs I still have leftover. So I can make the gift tags for this year’s Christmas gifts. Of course, I’m sure there will be a whole new tag kit in the Holdiay catalog that will come out in August 2021. That just means I’ll have lots of choices!
Here’s Diana Carr’s, another demonstrator, set of cards that inspired me to make my cards. I varied mine a bit, but I wanted you to see how easy it was to create them.
Here’s what you’ll need to make these cards, but be sure to order the Tag Buffet kit ASAP since it’s only available until May 3 (if it doesn’t sell out before then). You can use any Christmas stamp set you already have for the greetings. I hope my cards and these pictures inspired you to get this kit to create your Christmas cards this year!
Thanks for stopping by today. Hugs to all of you, and happy stamping!