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Birthday Tag

June 21, 2016

We attended a 40th birthday celebration for one of my husband’s mates a while ago.  His present was a bottle of something special he likes to drink and I wanted to add a tag for the gift.  I punched the top of a piece of Night of Navy card using the Scallop Tag Topper Punch.  The card is wider than the tag punches but you can push the card in to punch the tag topper and then hand trim the extra card from the sides.  Once trimmed, I used the Project Life Corner Rounder Punch to trim the corners.  I punched the corners of a length of Whisper White card using the Project Life Corner Rounder Punch and attached it to the Night of Navy card. 0203 I punched a scrap of Silver Glimmer Paper using the 1-3/4″ circle punch added length of Silver Cord (retired) to the back and attached it to the top of the Whisper White card.  I punched two circles from Night of Navy card using the 1-3/8″ circle punch.  I punched Night of Navy card using the Heart Border Punch (retired) and attached an upside down heart to the back of each of the Night of Navy circles.  I attached a length of Silver Cord (retired) to the back of each of the Night of Navy circles and attached them to the Whisper White card over the Silver Glimmer Paper circle.  I cut the numbers from scraps of Silver Glimmer Paper using the Timeless Type Alphabet (retired) and attached a number to each of the Night of Navy Balloons.  I stamped “celebrate” from the Celebrate Today stamp set onto Whisper White card using Night of Navy ink.  I fussy cut the word, attached it to Night of Navy card and fussy cut again to give a narrow border.  The greeting is attached to the Whisper White card over the “balloon strings” using dimensionals.  I used a length of 1/8″ Silver Ribbon to attached the tag to the gift box.

Simple but works perfectly for the occasion.

Bye for now,

Kris

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