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12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop; Day 8- Tags w/ Die Cuts

You know Christmas is getting closer when it's time for the Annual 12 days of Christmas Hop!!! Join in the fun!!! Also you can head over to Honeybearz Designs Annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop Facebook Event Page. We will be playing games on this page throughout the hop. The hop will run from November 24th through December 5th. All winners prizes will be sent out after the hop has finished.

If you just joined in and want to start at the beginning, head over to Lisa @ Honeybearz Designs. You can also see all the great sponsors that are generously donating prizes to the hop.
Last year, we (SBC) did the one sheet wonder cards and were able to make 12 Christmas cards using various techniques. You can find the You Tube videos for those on our channel HERE.

But first who doesn't like blog candy?!  We will be giving away one November Card Kit to one lucky follower. All you have to do is be a SBC follower and leave a comment below. At the end of the hop, we will add up all the comments and randomly choose 1 winner. Here is our November Mini Card Kit...
You can find more information about our monthly card kits HERE.
Now for the crafty fun!
This year, we are going to feature Christmas tags so for SBC this is the 12 Days of Tags. Each day, we will showcase a tag or more using fun and easy techniques that we promise look good on any Christmas Package.

Today we are making a tag with die cuts

The first tag is made fro our November Mini Card Kit which one lucky hopper will win at the end of the hop.

This tag was done using the cute penguin in our new December Mini Card Kit, with matching die (available to add on to your kit). This great kit is available for purchase today. Check out our Blog/Video Hop for more card kit details and a chance to win your own kit. 

DT Teresa: Fresh and Renewed
DT Lynne
Tip: You know all those Cricut Cartridges that you bought and just had to have, take the time to revisit them as I have done.

DT Barbara

My Tip: Use alcohol markers to color white glitter paper.
Your next blog is Carla @ Racin' Crafts

The entire Christmas line up:
We hope your enjoyed today's project too. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, you can join up to our Facebook group: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques. Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!


  1. love them! they all came out great

  2. Thank u for sharing such cute tags.

  3. All I have to say is that I am glad I dont have to pick a favorite....I really like them all.... soooo cute and so pretty :) penguin is adorable :)

  4. Great tags - love the little penguin.
    I follow your blog
    isoscia at aol dot com

  5. The tag kit is a fun shape. I really like the penguin with all the blue.

    Follow me @ The Crafty Scrap Yard

  6. Seeing your Awesome tags are making me feel bad for saying I wasn't going to make any this year. I have a feeling I'll be making some now. :0)

  7. all very nice...the last one is my favorite in this batch!

  8. great tags. the one with the penguin is my favorite


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