The tags this year go from quick ones to more intricate ones….and this is probably the most intricate, but involves no coloring aside from choosing papers. BUT if you have a little child who LOVES to sort things – and I know several kids who just love making piles of matching things!–then do a bunch of diecutting, and ask the kiddos to sort the matching letters! It’ll make assembling the diecuts easy…and maybe if they have tiny fingers they’ll also be able to help put the “puzzle” together with you.
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
As is tradition, I’ll be choosing winners for each of the 24 tags made in these 6 videos – leave comments on the blog as well as on YouTube for more chances to WIN!
Christmas Bible Craft: supply tote!
All week I’m offering up tutorials on my other channel – this is a tote I purchased and altered to be able to watercolor on it. I keep our group’s shared supplies in it; consider having everyone in your group donate a few items, so you have something that guests to your group can borrow. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it on YT.
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Beautiful tags, I love it that you give us tips for making it easier. Thanks for sharing!
Loving the colours here……Christmas here we come!!!!
Colours are bright and Christmassy! What patience!
All the tiny pieces!!! I would have sorted them all too though. I like the color scheme 🙂
Oh my goodness, another set of dies on my wishlist! I love this kind of project. I often use Jennifer’s tip to use Glad Press n Seal when I cut out different papers when I work on a quilt project. Not sure how well it would work on these tiny pieces, but I want to try. What a fun and versatile set!
That was one hot mess until you sorted them out. I love the three dies and options to cut apart or make into an ornament. Great colors and great video.
Tags are my thing. I try for something unusual for family and friends every year. I think they will love the slider tags.
Thanks Sandy! You never disappoint
These tags are great. I love the colors. Thanks. Diane
So cute never seen a die like this before
Love all the bright colors! Your videos are great!! Lol
Look great! don’t know if I would have the patience to put them back together!
Cute cute cute. Got a giggle out of you makin a mixed pile. I would have done the same. What a great project for my grandkids and I to do together
These are tags I would feel comfortable making! LOL! Still learning to color so die cutting and doing inlays is great! Thanks for sharing!
What a great project to do with kids! Sort out letters! Thanks for that tip to sort as you cut and poke out because I don’t have any little fingered beings around here to help. Paws only slobber on the letters.
I think this is my favorite tag in the series.
how much fun are these just love them
Fun and fabulous!!!! What a clever design!
So bright and cheerful. Great idea…
Sandy, I love your tags. They’re very pretty. But I really enjoyed watching you make the Bible bookmarks. What great ideas. I have so many pieces of stip papers to bookmark my pages and I never thought to make my own. Honestly, thanks so much for sharing this tutorial. God bless you. TFS
Love these thank you
I hope i win the bunny rabbit. Thats my favorite. I really enjoy the tag series. We can be so creative with tags. Thanks, Sandy!
Now didn’t we just say on the last video that I stopped buying dies!!! Now here is another one I need to buy!!! Love these!!!
Very cool and pretty tags
So something I would have done….turned out great!
Love this die you used. Ha ha.. you had to play a version of ‘Pick it Up’ :). I’ve learned your lesson.. thanks. hopefully I wont make the same issue.
Amazing! You are definitely dedicated, and committed, to your tasks! I think you are my hero and I wanna be you when I grow up! Lol
I love how these could be ornaments after the presents are opened.
Your commitment to completing a task with all those letters and pieces is amazing. This is tedious I am sure but well worth the effort. These turned out lovely and the fact that they can be an ornament is wonderful too. Great job!
This tag set has so many possibilities. Darling.
I love the letter scramble!
Love this tag! Thanks for making a tag that requires no coloring.
What a fun project! And thanks for the tip on using the sticky thing to position those tiny die cut pieces – I’ve been using my little tweezers for jobs like this, but even the it’s a job sometimes. I may not purchase this die set for tags now, but I can put it on my wish list and suggest it for a gift this year.
Bright and fun!
Great colours for these tags, the pile of jumble bits would have been me, the trouble is now my little ones are much older I get no help. These are stunning, in 3D they would make excellent baubles for the tree when you take them off your present x
These are very very cool! I love the color scheme you chose, too! 🙂
Great inlay project! TFS!
enJOYed your tags and the fun of piecing them together. Love how all your tags so far are each different and wonderful in their own right. I’m afraid I’d do one and just keep repeating it. Thanks for the inspiration to walk on the creative side!
How fun are these tags?? I love them
Cute tags. Nice and colorful.
cute tags, even with all your extra steps! thanks as always for sharing.
I like the different colors in each tag. Thanks for sharing your tip on sorting.
Festive; I like the multi-colors!
Were you tempted to put all of the pieces in the envelope and label it “some assembly required”?
Wow, these are great. Looks like a fun die set.
Alphabet soup! They turned out great!
Soo beautiful! I love the inlay look!
I appreciate that you keep it real – nice to know even the expert has challenges!