I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and got to spend some time with your families. We had a great 4 days........... turkey dinner was oh so yummy too! I want more stuffing!!!! And with that said, I did no stamping or crafting this week at all. Can you believe it, some of these ladies with their daily blogs and addding things daily............. how do they find the time? I need to make things up ahead of time to get ahead of the blog and then I will have lots to post regularly for you; so I am sorry that I have slacked over the last week.
I will show you some very beautiful Christmas tags though, if you recall I hosted a Holiday Tag swap on SCS last month and these are just a few of the lovely tags that I received. Now I must say that it was one of the most successful swaps and most beautiful outcomes. I am sad to say that I took them all out of their packages so I can not tell you who sent them all in to me. If you did- please post a comment as I would want you all to have the credits/kudos. So, the first two- are these not the sweetest tags for on YOUR package? If I got them on my package I would definately save these little snowmen- oh well, I do have them so maybe I will save them. Or I could choose a special person to receive a package from me with the tag but I must choose the right person that will "cherish" the tag (forget the package!) Then the second picture has the "heritage looking tags" to me, the beautiful cardinal (mrussom is the maker of this tag) which I never took a second look at this set until I got this card- she has used glitter on it as well. The next photo has some fun tags as well- look a the sewn one! Oh they were just so much fun to receive and package after package they were more beautiful ones. So, thanks to all the ladies that joined that swap because I will have lots of tags for my packages this year.
I hope you enjoyed these tags and maybe it will give you some ideas for making your own, or at the least get you in the mood for making them. I spent part of this weekend getting the tree up, organizing christmas presents- now to clean the rest of the house and prepare for the family get together here on the 8th. Happy Holidays!