Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Get Well Tag

The staff at my school put together a basket of goodies for one of our coworkers who recently had surgery.  I couldn't deliver it without a homemade tag attached, so I whipped this one up last night.  For the tag base, I used the Papertrey Ink Tag Sale #3 Die.  I first cut the full blue base layer.  I then ran the strips of the newspaper print and the clay cardstock through my Cuttlebug with the tag die as well, so that they would get the embossing on them. 

I also trimmed the clay strip with the ekSuccess Bumpy Road Edger Punch and then stamped a cute sentiment from My Creative Time's Pain Pain Go Away stamp set.

My cute little flags were made with My Creative Time's Teeny Tag Greetings dies and a couple of toothpicks!

Here are the products that I used for this project:


  1. Nice tag. I like the embossing effect around the tag. Need to keep that in mind for the tags I want to make for my students for Valentines.

    Carson's Creations

  2. What a great finish to the gift! A handmade tag! Very nice!

  3. katie, you tag is too cute! love the simplicity of it!!

  4. This is SO cool! I love the way you used the Teeny Tags. And your whole tag is perfect. I just love that color combo too! Hugs- Glora

  5. I LOVE what you did with this tag! First the colors I LOVE ~ but love you did all the colors first then ran it thru the Cuttlebug! CLEVER idea ~ I would have never thought about that! Oh the tag ~ great another item I need to add on my list! Best of all those teeny tags ~ so PERFECT! Great job as always!

  6. Great little tag... I really need to get some gift tags made and have them ready as with my work schedule I would never be able to just whip one up and look how cute this is. TFS

  7. I love your colorful tag really pops


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