CPC December 2017 Project #2 – You’ve Been Tagged!

I am so excited to have been asked to be a guest designer for Craft Project Central for December 2017.  My project will be featured later in the month but here is the next project for the month and it is by Buffy Cooper.

How many times have you needed a gift tag or a bookmark or a quick embellishment for a card? Here’s your answer! With this tutorial, you’ll use the Oh So Eclectic Bundle and Naturally Eclectic Designer Series Paper to create a box full of tags – twelve, to be exact. You can add the tags to a gift box or bag, a card, a bottle of your favorite libation, or even use a tag as bookmark for those people who still read “real” books. This would make a fun stamp camp or product-based class.

YouveBeenTagged

If you would like to learn how to make this project, you’ll want to subscribe for the month of December. With your subscription, you’ll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for five wonderful projects for only $10! You can find out how to gain access to a bonus sixth project over at Craft Project Central.

Be sure to check back during the month to see the other great projects featured!

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Happy Stamping!
~Jo
Making the world a happier place, one card at a time!

 

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