I have been working hard making items to sell at some local Christmas
Fairs, so my study has ended up looking as if a tornado has done its
worst. I have been desperate to tidy up (which my husband would
confirm is not in character at all), but because I have been working
to a deadline, I have not been able to find the time to do so.
had a spare hour before going out, so had a serious sort through my
desk, threw away all the pieces of paper that are too small to do
anything with, and sorted the others into piles of Card and Designer
Series Paper and then into sizes depending on whether they are large
enough to be the basis of a project, or if they will just be useful
to use for smaller embellishments. Everything else has been put away
so I can now actually find what I am looking for. I feel so much
better – and ORGANISED.
through everything I was also thinking of what projects I could make
with some of the pieces. I have been wanting to record some more
Tutorial Videos, and now my voice has finally come back, I need to
crack on. Then the answer struck me – The Twelve Tags of Christmas.
Most people are probably past Card making by now and on to gift
wrapping, so the timing seems right AND it is a way for me to use up
some of the scraps I have sorted through, while I remember what there
Christmas is slightly outside the normal Red and Green, but I really
like how it turned out, and is a perfect way to dress a present up,
for Christmas or any other time of year.
project and look forward to seeing you for the remainder of the
Twelve Tags of Christmas. You will find the measurements and list of
products used below.
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4” (5 x 10cm)
x 3-1/4” (3.5 x 8.5cm)
at least 2-1/2” x 2-1/2” (6 x 6cm)