Friday, December 13, 2019

The Holiday Gift Tags BLOG HOP

Thank you for joining us for  
The Holiday Gift Tags BLOG HOP

This is a blog hop featuring tons of fun and different Holiday Tags that we hope will inspire you for all your gift giving ideas.

You should have arrived from Shannon's if not,
 Connie Can Crop , is the beginning of this hop! 
This is a one day blog hop, but you have until Sunday at 10pm to finish hopping and leaving your love for all of these talented crafters.

Our awesome sponsors for this hop are!!

Sunflower Holli is offering one lucky winner this awesome Christmas Scrapbooking Kit by Simple Stories.

And our other sponsor is

Liz is offering one lucky winner an adorable mini set!!

What do you need to do to win? Easy... become  a follower of each of the fabulous blogs in this hop and leave each of them a comment letting them know what you like best about their projects. Free Shipping to our USA friends but Worldwide will be asked to pay shipping if they win.

You will have until 10 pm Sunday to finish the hop and leave your comments on every blog to be eligible to win. 
Winners will be announced on Wednesday 12/18/19 at
 Connie Can Crop.
Be sure to follow everyone and leave a comment along the way!

Hi Everyone, I so thrilled that I am one of the sponsors for this hop. I'm new with this new company and I wanted to share the products with you. I hope you hop along and comment for a chance to win.
For my project today I making tags with Paperclay. Have you ever used it. I really enjoyed playing with it. It was fun and easy to use. I made treat holders 

I think they are so cute and a little different.

 you have to knead the clay a bit to soften it. I rolled it out using the acrylic roller. I rolled it about about 3/8" thick. 

I found these mini cookie cutter last year at Hobby Lobby. I used those but you can use a die cut or paper punch shape like I did below.

I just cut around the shape with a knife.

I poked a hole with the stylus then I turned it around and made sure that the hole was nice and round.

Then I used an alphabet stamp set to add the to and from but you can just add the name to your tag with the stamps. 

After I poked the hole you let it air dry then 
I tied a thing string to hang the tag to my treat bag.

I hope you liked my mini tutorial. Do you make your own gift for Christmas? I  would love to know what has been your  favorite handmade gift you have made to give as a gift. Please share in the comments. 

Be sure to hop over to Alicia

Here's our line up in case you get lost along the way.


  1. Such a cute idea and a keepsake tag for sure! One you can turn around and hang on your tree! Thanks for the tutorial! My fav project was Santa spoon you can check him out on my previous blog post before the hop. Thank you so much for sponsoring this hop and thank you for being one of my hoppers throughout the years! Means so much friend!

  2. Super cute tags. Thats for the tutorial i have been hearing about this project.

  3. I love this idea. Not only a great tag but can totally be reused as an ornament. So cool.

  4. Great idea to use paperclay and looks great with the plaid. I do make my own tags if I have time.

  5. wow! I have not seen paper clay, these are adorable! now I have go find it! thanks for the inspiration!!


  6. These are adorable. Love the unique idea. Thanks for sharing.

  7. I have some paperclay but haven't used it yet. What a creative idea to make tags with them..that can double as ornaments! I've been making mini-calendars and notepads for stocking stuffers this year

  8. Those clay tags are such a great idea!

  9. So cute! I think we will try make these with my daughters day care kiddos

  10. Really cool project. I like what you did with the paper clay. I will have to try it. It was really cool to get to know your talents through our blog hops and will miss it. Tfs and Merry Christmas

  11. I've never used clay to make tags, but these remind me of salt dough ornaments and are so pretty


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