25 days of Christmas Tags-Open Tags

I’m so pleased to be able to participate in the 25 days of Christmas Tags project with Tracey McNeely It’s such a big event these days, and Tracey does a wonderful job of coordinating it!

I have a selection of tags using dies and stamps from Pink and Main to share wit you today. In the absence of Christmas greenery at my house in Japan, I’ve used the azalea bushes out the front for some of my photos, so please forgive my poetic license!


Here’s a look at all four tags individually. The basic construction for all the tags was the same. I cut a tag using two sizes of the Pink and Main Arch Tag Dies. This made a window tag. I put a window tag at the front and back of each middle piece, just to make it look tidier! The small to/from tags were cut using the smallest tag in the same set.

The images come from three different Pink and Main releases – Snow Sweet, Sweet Christmas and Deck the Palms. I coloured them to match the colours of the ribbons that I could find at my local 100 yen store. These tags will be able to double as Christmas ornaments once the gift giving is over. I really love the way they turned out.

Until next time, I hope you’re enjoying all the tag inspiration.




  1. WOW Donna, these are incredible tags! Genius!!! I would not have thought to use such dies for a tag but you can bet I will NOW! Simply STUNNING!


  2. Hi Donna!
    I’m inspired by your cool Pink & Main tags and how you attached a mini tag to each tag for gift-giving. Darling little accent stamps. Super fun, cute and creative!
    Karen Letchworth
    http://www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com – I have a cool giveaway (antique floral frog for displaying cards, and more) to celebrate 25 Days of Christmas Tags. I hope you’ll stop by!


  3. Beautiful tags! I love the die cut areas and the additional mini tag you attached to each one. The snowman and the flamingo are my favorites!


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