Sneak Peek Day 4

By September 8, 2015General

If you love making your own holiday gift tags every year, or even if you have wanted to but have just been too intimidated we have some AMAZING products for you this month!

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During the holidays it seems like there are always things to be done at the last minute, wrap a few more gifts, bake a last batch of cookies, get the Christmas cards in the mail.  This new product collection that I have put together gives you the ability to have holiday tags at the ready, even if you only have a few minutes to make them!  A special die collection lets you die-cut three tags with one pass and the coordinating stamp sets let you embellish them with multiple colors in just 3-4 easy impressions.  All of the guesswork has been taken out of the equation and you can literally make tags in less than 5 minutes.  We can't wait to show you how this innovative product line works!

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Lizzie Jones is giving you another quick and easy way to embellish your wrapped packages!  These clever slider style tags can slip right onto the ribbon you use on your gifts!  The coordinating stamps allow you to customize them with several different sentiments.  The font selections for these is just gorgeous and will coordinate with so many of the wrapping paper styles that seem to be on trend for this year!

 

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Do you end up giving several gift cards out for the holidays?  Or even throughout the year?  This set of dies and stamps give you everything you need to create shopping bag style pockets for your card fronts that are just the right size for a gift card!  There is even a foldable hand/mitten die that can carry the bag once you add twine for the handle!  The coordinating stamp set has various sentiments designed to look like logos you might see on actual shopping bags.  This set can be used for holiday projects, but is versatile enough that it can be used all year long for birthdays, graduations, teacher appreciation and more!

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