#G45Tags: Last Minute Christmas Magic Gift Card Tags Tutorial
Hello, Friends! Happy Friday! Let the Christmas countdown begin. I’m just popping in with a last minute Christmas Magic Gift Card Tags Tutorial today. It seems that everyone wants gift cards for Christmas these days, so I feel that we should at least make the packaging feel like a gift! This set of 8 tags can be made very quickly using Graphic 45’s Christmas Magic Collection. They can also double as ornaments on the tree, which is extra fun.
Do any of you have any of the Graphic 45 Alpha Tags in your stash? That’s what I used as the base for these adorable tags. If you don’t have those, you can use any of the Graphic 45 Regular Tags and ATC tags instead.
The front of each tag contains a little “book” that is tied shut with ribbon. On the inside you’ll find the “B” side of a Christmas Magic ephemera card and a little gift card pocket. To maket he tags feel even more festive, I’ve tucked in a Brach’s miniature candy cane.
Here’s a look at each of these Christmas Magic Gift Card Tags:
Christmas Magic Gift Card Tags Tutorial: Supply List
For each tag you will need the following supplies:
- Regular Graphic 45 Tag (kraft, black or ivory…or use the “odd” letters from Alpha Tags)
- ATC G45 Tags
- Graphic 45 Regular Tags and Gears Dies
- Large Tag, ATC Tag and Flowers Dies from G45
- Christmas Magic Collection: 8×8 papers, 12×12 papers, chipboard, stickers and ephemera cards
- 12″ x 12″ Patterns and Solids: Christmas Magic
- Red Cardstock
- Eileen Hull Banners and Pennants Thinlits Dies
- 1/2″ Scor-Tape
- 3″ white doily ( I used Bo Bunny Mini Doilies from my stash)
- Seam binding ribbon and Gold Metallic String
- Mini Jingle Bells
- Regular Crafting Tools: scissors, ruler, scoring tool, bone folder, paper trimmer
Christmas Magic Gift Card Tags Tutorial on YouTube
I put together this easy to follow Christmas Magic Gift Card Tags Tutorial on my YouTube Channel. I hope you enjoy!
The great thing about this design is, you can change up the papers and make these for any occasion! How great is that?
And if you’d like to see another G45 gift tag idea from the archives, check HERE.
I hope I shared some tips, techniques and ideas that you can use in your own crafty adventures. If so I’d love to hear from you in the comment section below.
Thanks for stopping by!
Fabulous tags for holding gift cards and then becoming a decoration for the tree…or any aspect of holiday home decor! One of my new year’s resolutions (ok–I’m starting early) is to make a tag a month to give as a home decor gift set next Christmas…This design will be perfect. tfs Kathy, your crafting projects inspire and gift me time and again. Merry Christmas.
Kathy, these gift card tags are indeed MAGICAL! I love this paper collection and you have made brilliant use of it with these little treats! The addition of the buttons and booklet are purely delightful! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas filled with family, love and joy!
These gift tags are so adorable! Luv all your ‘Kathy’ details! Hugs, Suzy Q
Kathy, these gift tags are just adorable and would make wonderful little keepsakes. Of course, your use of the button embellishments sets everything off so beautifully! And the little “book” on the front is fantastic! I think that paper collection with the darling little kid images is one of the sweetest and most beautiful G-45 has ever done. Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial! Hugs!
What a wonderful last minute gift card idea. Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful Holiday Season.
Thank you for this great tutorial and alternator gift cards!
Thank you for giving another project with this sweet collection…which I do not have. :(. I will make these anyway with 12 Days. So much fun in a small package. Thank you Kathy.
So cute! I just love the whole creation, the button addition especially. I would hang this on my tree so I could keep it forever.