Friday, November 11, 2011

Large Christmas Tag Wallet Tutorial

I am honored to be part of Splitcoaststamper's Holiday Tutorial Blitz again this year. Thanks Beate for asking me back. For my contribution this year, I'm featuring a larger version of last year's Christmas Tag Wallet. Both a video and complete step-by-step photo tutorial, can be found here: Large Christmas Tag Wallet Tutorial.

The Christmas Tag Wallet would make a great handmade Christmas gift. The wallet has six pockets and holds approximately two tags per pocket (depending on the thickness of the tag). You could also slip a gift card into one of the pockets, if you would like to give a little something extra.

Stamp Sets: Jolly Bingo Bits (#121187), Fabulous Phrases (#120501), Warmest of Wishes (hostess); Cardstock: Early Espresso (#119686), Real Red (#102482), Old Olive (100702), Marina Mist (#119682); Designer Paper: Letters to Santa (#122349); Ink: Early Espresso (#119670), Real Red (#103133), Old Olive (#102277), Marina Mist (#119668), Crumb Cake (#121030); Ribbon: Real Red (#109034), Old Olive (#111368) & Marina Mist (#120929) 1/4" Grosgrain, Victoria Crochet Trim (#118481); Punches: Decorative Label (#120907), 1-3/4” Circle (#119850), Ticket Corner (#119867); Other: Simply Scored (#122334), Scor-Tape, Rhinestone Jewels (#119246), Big Shot (#113439), Perfect Pennants Die (#123126), Sponge Dauber (#102892)

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  1. GREAT tutorial! Lovely project! I have made similar versions in card form using plain white envelopes for the inside pockets. I kind of LOVE your idea though. May make a bunch of them for my clients, figured if I use my Cricket to cut out the tag designs, instead of my Cuttlebug & Nesties it will go alot faster. Thank you sooooo much for sharing! Just lovely!

  2. This is so cute! I saw the teaser on the homepage at SCS but didn't have a chance to check it out closer! Very neat project. TFS!

  3. I made these as gifts for a small group of friends who lunch together. You would have thought they were made of gold. The oohs and aahs were amazing, and each one of them e-mailed me later to thank me and to detail exactly who in their family got each tag. (I made each tag different--a sleigh stamp, a Santa stamp, a snowman, etc.) Thank you so much for sharing!