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CASE-ing the Catty - Holiday Tags


Hi there

We're back CASE-ing the Catty again and looking at holiday tags this week. 

You may have come here from Jackie's blog, but if you are visiting me, you can start your journey here and continue by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of the post.

This week I have taken my inspiration from this tag on page 39 of the Holiday Catalogue. I love the combination of washi at the bottom and the decorative edge on the top section.  I don't have the Cheerful Tags framelits, but I have created my own version of it.


I created my tags using the 'Lots of Labels' framelits, which has given me the decorative edge on the top section. I've used the second largest framelit to create finished tags that are 3" x 2.5" (7.6cm x 6.2cm).  You can get 6 of these tags from an A4 sheet of card stock and they are surprisingly quick to make. I have made 3 designs, using the Presents & Pines washi set and the fabulous 'Tin of Tags' stamp set. This is a great stamp set to have for Christmas greetings on cards and tags, even if you don't purchase the 'Tin of Tags' kit.

Stampin' Up! Tin of Tags Stamp Set, Lots of Labels Framelits & Presents & Pinecones Washi - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

For the first set of tags I have used the star/snowflake as a background to the greeting and then added some sequins to finish. I stamped off the Mint Macaron so it didn't overwhelm the greeting. It is the washi on the bottom edge that really makes a statement.

Stampin' Up! Tin of Tags Stamp Set, Lots of Labels Framelits & Presents & Pinecones Washi - Judy May, Just Judy Designs


For the second set I have used a scroll from the 'Designer Tin of Cards' stamp set to add interest and the splotch from the 'Work of Art' stamp set to provide a background for the greeting.

Stampin' Up! Tin of Tags Stamp Set, Lots of Labels Framelits & Presents & Pinecones Washi - Judy May, Just Judy Designs

For the third set I have used the Mint Macaron doily as a background and then layered the greetings over the top.


I hope this has given you some ideas for your holiday tags this year.  

Project Details
Stamps Tin of Tags, Designer Tin of Cards, Work of Art, Christmas Pines
Card stock & Papers     Whisper White, Real Red, Emerald Envy, Red Glimmer
 Ink Mint Macaron, Emerald Envy, Real Red
Accessories Candy Cane Lane Baker's Twine, 2015-17 In Color Doiles, Metallics Sequins Assortment
Tools     Layering Circles Framelits, Big Shot, 1 1/2" Circle punch, Confetti Hearts punch, Corner Rounder punch, Stampin' Write Markers (Emerald Envy and Real Red)

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You can see the full list of the CTC Crew participating this week over at the CASE-ing the Catty blog.

Thanks for visiting today!


Krissy Buck

What a fabulous use of the In-Color doilies! These tags are super cool Judy.

Liz Gross

Oh Judy these are GORGEOUS. So clever to use the labels framelits. I'll definitely be CASEing these. Even with 3 different designs they are a unified set. And I agree the stamp set easily stands alone.

Kelly Kent

These are just perfect Judy - I love the variety of designs you've come up with. Kelly x

Debbie Speijers

Oh Judy, these are just so gorgeous and cute! I love all the finer details on all of them, I think I may have to case these!

Rachel Palmieri

As usual, Judy, you've shared an inspiring project. I love the variety of decorations you thought to add, but all tied together by the washi strip.

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