Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Simple Tags

Hi Friends,

Hey, what do you do with all of those Christmas cards you receive every year? A dear friend gave me a great idea and you are going to love it. Tags!
These are super simple, especially if you use dies or punches like I did. Mind you, I would never desecrate the precious homemade cards I receive, but neither can I hang onto all of the store-bought ones.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you are having a great day.

Hugs & smiles,


Valerie-Jael said...

Yes this is a great idea. They are too nice to throw away, and this way they get a new lease of life. Hope the snow isn't too bad! Hugs, Valerie

Angela Hoynes said...

Great idea, my mother used to cut out tags with pinking shears.

Karon said...

Such a super idea for those old cards! As you say, not the made ones though :-)

Patricia St Martin said...

I always save my cards homemade or store bought but that is the best idea I have heard in what to do with them. Thanks so much for sharing.
Hugs, Pat/♥

NanaConnie said...

Oh, now I wish I had saved every one of the cards I received instead of just one or two. I never thought about tags for next year. Thanks for the idea.

Penny said...

What a good idea! I wonder if I could get organized enough to do this? ;^)
Hugs, Penny

Jackie Scott said...

I am going to have to look at the cards we received to see how many tags I can make - what a great idea! We had lots of snow here on Monday, but our power stayed on and it was not as deep as what you got.

Chasing the Dream said...

Hi Teresa. this is a super idea and very creative. I just threw my cards out from last year. Keep warm in all that snow. Thanks to you and your hubby for your sweets luv.

Leovi Leovi said...

Yes, wonderful designs with beautiful atmosphere, I love!!

Penny Odell said...

Hi Teresa, I would save them for next year!!They are so cute. Especially that little Christmas tree one.

Desire Fourie said...

Wow Teresa what a great idea, thanks for sharing. Wishing you a wonderful weekend.
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