Friendship Tags

I don’t know about you, but there are times when I need a little gift tag to put on a present or to write a quick note.  And who ever said friendship cards had to be standard card size?? So here are some little tag ideas that I made with stamping scraps and our Frame Cuts dies. I used several of them here, but primarily the Heart Frame, so that is what I am going to feature on today’s video. When you have leftover scraps, die cut several items and tuck them away. Then you can create a finished tag or card in a jiffy with just a few glue dots and adornments like buttons and ribbons.

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Watch today’s video for several ideas of the different type of materials you can use with the Frame Cuts dies!

And here’s a closer look at a tag I made after cutting a heart out of a cute cup from one of my favorite coffee places!

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Tag by Sally Traidman.  Find complete supplies and instructions here.

I hope that gave you some inspiration. Pretty soon you will be eying up all kinds of printed things you might normally throw away! Have fun creating!

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Heart Frame (DI008) Zig Zag (CG422) Small Accent Pearl (CH136) Grenadine Layering Paper (PS595) Ruby Ink Pad (AF150)

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    Linda W. said:

    What a fun bunch of tags and mini-cards, Sally! Just love all the textures and colors!! Funny how we crafters eye every material for crafting potential :) I love what you did with the coffee cup - that is a darling pattern, isn’t it?

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    Sue D said:

    Great tips and ideas on your video–thanks!

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    Dana Hobbs said:

    Thanks for the ideas! I will definitely try the soda can, acetate, and other product packaging!

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    Janet said:

    They are so colourful and fun

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    cheiron said:

    So cute Sally! I have a feeling I am going to be cutting up a lot of different things!

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    Margaret Kaznowska said:

    Great video, love the card with the starbucks cup cut into a heart.

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    Jennifer S. said:

    Great ideas! I love the ability to utilize all those different materials to get unique looks. Thanks for the vid.

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    Marcy K said:

    WOW, how fun Sally! I have all kinds of little things saved like unique clothing hang tags, so this is perfect! Thanks for the inspiration, as always!

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    renee m said:

    Such cute ideas! :)

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    Debbie McIntyre said:

    Sally, thank you for reminding us to always think outside the box! I would not have thought about using material like a pop can. The tags are beautiful. When I read your suggestion about cutting some ahead of time with scraps and other materials so they are always on hand when needed, it reminded me of the saying: “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”

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