Monday, November 29, 2021

Snowmen Tags

Hello!  I'm super happy to share today's project with you.  Each year I try to make a special tag or two for my children's gifts.  Though simple in design, I have the most fun trying to put a little personal touch on each one. 

I started by cutting the snowmen out with Pretty Pink Posh's Snowman Shaker Die, choosing colors that I knew my kiddos would enjoy.  All the papers came from Concord and 9th and as luck would have it, Pretty Pink Posh's  Luau Jewels Mix had colors that coordinate quite well with each one. 
I used clover and sea glass cardstock for the green snowman.  
I knew my son wouldn't appreciate a lot of embellishing, so I added a little twine to the hat and tied a simple knot in his scarf.  
For my blue snowman I used oceanside and aqua sky cardstock.  
This child would most definitely appreciate embellishing, so I pulled out a small strand of sequins that I have held on to for years and used that for her scarf and for the trim on the hat.  Then, I made a layered flower using a white flower and blue sequin from the 6mm Springtime Mix Sequins and another jewel.  
 Finally, for my pink snowman I used honeysuckle and ballet slipper cardstock.  
I embellished the hat with another layered flower using the 6mm Springtime Mix Sequins, but my favorite part on this snowman is the scarf.  I wanted to make each snowman unique, so for this one I braided three strands of twine loosely together hoping to make it resemble a knit scarf.  
And now one last shot of them all together...
These are the kind of projects that make me the happiest - creating something special and taylored to the ones I love best. I'm glad you stopped by today.  I hope you have a wonderful, creative week!


  1. A most adorable project for three of the most adorable kids!

  2. These are extra sweet, Lindsey and perfect for your kiddos!