Hey, all! Wow, Christmas is just two days away and soon 2022 will be here!
For my third, Cards, Tags, & More Kit project this month, I used a bunch of old cardstock from my stash, some cut files, and some dies to get some small boxes, tags, and rosettes made up! Need to add some more tags to gifts? Or get some last minute stocking stuffers taken care of? Then take a peek at these! (Or use them to get a head-start on next year! Because that’s what I say I’ll do every year and never do—but it sounds good! LOL)
Check out my video to see a way to use up smaller pieces of paper you may have left over for some tags, or make yourself a small box or two if you need one in the next couple of days!
These first two boxes are both Snapdragon Snippet Designs that I found on the Silhouette Store. The one on the left is a 10-sided box, not too difficult to put together, but Snapdragon Snippets has “extra” flaps to reinforce the edges—which makes it much sturdier! The one with drawers is a little more time consuming to put together, but it isn’t overly difficult, and I think it would be cute for candy or small items! (Links to directions with the cut files.)
This box is also from the Silhouette Store, by Paper Closet Designs. I didn’t look to see if there were directions anywhere since it is a rather straight forward cut and quick to put together. If you wanted to gift a crafter some glue, this box is just big enough for an 8oz bottle of FabriTac!
These last two boxes are probably the simplest of them all! The pill box on the left is the back cover of the paper pack! It has a template on it which you can use to make more pill boxes or, like I did, just turn that template into the pill box! It depends on how many you want or need! The box on the right is from a Sizzix die – I don’t know what the name is, or if it has one, it came in the box with my Big Shot Plus!
Toppers & Tags:
Rosettes make cute gift toppers; or pop them on the end of a tag! I just used my Tim Holtz Mini Paper Rosette’s die and cranked these out! Using hot glue to hold them together means there is no dry time and they are good to go quicker!
These tags were definitely the quickest of everything I made for this week! I didn’t measure, I just grabbed the scraps of cardstock and patterned paper and eyeballed them together. I used my We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper for my angled cuts, but scissors would work just the same!
Thank you for joining me here in my corner! I hope you enjoyed these ideas and they gave you some ideas of what you can do – some rather quickly – using this month’s Cards, Tags, & More Kit!
Have a happy holiday season and a safe & happy New Year!
Stay Crafty, Friends
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*Dress My Craft “Crochet Doily” Die; DCWV “Latte,” “Mariposa,” & “Linen Closet” Stacks; Silhouette Cameo 3; Silhouette Design Store: Snapdragon Snippets-“Box 3D Hidden Bins” # 184741 & “Box 3D Ten Sided with Lid Doily” # 277164, and Paper Closet Designs-“Tall Christmas Box with 3D Bow # 389306; We R Memory Keepers Corner Chomper; Sizzix Big Shot Plus; Sizzix Box Die, Tim Holtz “Mini Paper Rosettes;” Art Glitter Glue; double sided tape; hot glue/hot glue gun; hole punch; Sakura pens – or anything to write on dark surfaces with if necessary!