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Cookie Sheet Gift Tags

by Jayne Nelson November 07, 2019 12 Comments

The holidays are the perfect time to thank teachers, co-workers, friends and family for their kindness during the year. If you express your gratitude with a small gift, I think that handmade gift tags make these small gifts feel extra-special and heartfelt.

Today I’m sharing a pair of fun gift tags that I made with the adorable, new Christmas Gingerbread Cookies set. I think that the cookie stamps in this set are the ideal size, not too big nor too small. Wouldn’t these tags be cute paired with a holiday oven mitt, a nice bottle of vanilla, a new cookbook, or a plate of homemade cookies?

To make each tag, I started by cutting two panels, with rounded corners, from Pebble cardstock. I trimmed these pieces to 2-1/2” by 3-3/4”, but any size will work. I scored lines 1/4” from each end of one panel and bent the ends up to resemble a cookie sheet. With the remaining piece, I punched a hole at one end and then scored a line below the hole, to create a hinged tag. I secured the two pieces together, above the scored line, with double-sided tape. If you prefer to make cards, you could secure the cookie sheet panel to a full card front.

Now the fun part: I stamped an assortment of shaped cookies from the Christmas Gingerbread Cookies set on Dove White cardstock using Intens-ified Black ink. I love using this ink as it doesn’t smear or bleed when using alcohol-based markers. After coloring the images, I added a few highlights with a white gel pen, fussy-cut around each shape, and secured them onto the tags with foam adhesive.

To make the sentiment strips, I chose two sentiments from the Christmas Gingerbread Cookies set. Not only do I love the images in this set, but it’s worth mentioning the variety of messages included for holiday tags and cards. I stamped the sentiments with Clear Embossing and Watermark ink onto Azalea cardstock and then embossed them with white embossing powder. After trimming each sentiment, I secured them to the tags with foam adhesive. To finish each tag, I added a trio of Sunset Hero Hues Enamel Dots.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope that you are inspired to make a few gift tags this holiday season. ’Tis the season for tags!





Jayne Nelson
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12 Responses

Carol Wortman
Carol Wortman

November 10, 2019

Kept waiting to see these upon the hop. So stinkin cute!!! Great holiday hop filled with memories. My favorite? ……COOKIES. love these on a baking sheet, shhhhh I’m stealing this idea. ♡

IRENE PAGE
IRENE PAGE

November 08, 2019

Wonderfu lidea! The idea makes me smile and I will enjoy making these gift tags.

Jackie Johnson
Jackie Johnson

November 08, 2019

Those are super cute! I don’t recall seeing that set. Thanks for sharing!

Sue McIsaac
Sue McIsaac

November 08, 2019

Love these! Thanks for the inspiration.

Leanne in Cali
Leanne in Cali

November 08, 2019

What a cute idea! I love the cookie sheet idea with the gingerbread!! Thanks for sharing.

Judy
Judy

November 08, 2019

Such cute and clever tags!!

Sharon Gullikson
Sharon Gullikson

November 07, 2019

ADORABLE!!!

Carrie Rhoades
Carrie Rhoades

November 07, 2019

These are the cutest thing!

Mischelle
Mischelle

November 07, 2019

This is the 1st year I hope to have the time to make Christmas gift tags. I know now where to start! Love these!!!

Bonnie Reyes
Bonnie Reyes

November 07, 2019

What a great way to personalize gifts

Barbara-Jean
Barbara-Jean

November 07, 2019

Adorable!

Susan Billingsley
Susan Billingsley

November 07, 2019

Just so adorable! What a great way to get the most from your stamps! Great idea. Thanks for sharing.