How to Use Stash Up For Fun Tag Cards and a Freebie

Hi everyone, I hope you are all healthy and staying safe.  The weather has been great here in Central New York and busy as ever.  As the "card Lady" for my church, I am always looking for ideas to make cards of encouragement that are unique and cheerful.  I came across a sheet of tags that I had printed some time ago ad though I would look for a fun print in my paper stash.  I will show you the cards and then the process, read along, or go right to the freebie for your card making!

Well, how is that for focus!

I traced my tag on to a piece of paper to make sure I lined it up properly.  I only had 6 tags and didn't want to stamp on crocked.  

Using a stamp positioner I lined it up

 I also edged each tag

I love using Hug Snug Hem facing for ribbons, they come in a huge selection of colors and are very affordable.  The knots tie easily and will lay very flat for mailing.  here I took snips of the ribbon and gave it a spritz of water and then crunched it up.  once it dries it will stay that way and really looks nice

I make my own glue dots with Aileen's tack it over and over, I used these to hold the tag and ribbon in place

I found some pretty dotted paper and coordinated layers.  
The tags can be take off and used a boo make or in a journal. 
Next time I do this I will heat emboss the scripture stamp.

These were fun to make and I hope fun to receive!

For your card making and maybe my next project!

Thank you for stopping by and Enjoy your weekend!
Ginny M


Charmaine Stack said…
These are lovely! Which company makes the scripture stamps?
Janice said…
These are beautiful, thanks for sharing
Cynthia said…
These are lovely, Ginny. Thanks for sharing!
Those are beautiful!!! Thank you for the pretty butterflies also! Love your cards!
Beautiful tags and cards Ginny - love them. The butterflies are gorgeous, thanks.
Stay safe

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