Hello, hello everyone and welcome to 10th Annual 25 Days of Christmas Tags event hosted by amazing Tracey McNeely!

I am so happy to participate in this wonderful event again! There are so many amazing sponsors (check them out below) and prizes to be won every day, plus a ton of gorgeous inspiration along the way πŸ˜€

It’s so exciting Sunny Studio is kicking off this year’s event and the team is sharing Christmas tags using Sunny Studio’s products! I will be sharing 4 tags I have created for this event, so let’s get to it!

I knew I wanted to make at least 4 tags, but couldn’t decide on the specific stamp set (because I love them all so much) so I picked a 4 different stamp sets to add some variety to each tag!

Dies I used to make these tags are from Build-a-Tag Dies #2 set. I absolutely adore this die set (and it’s best friend Build-A-Tag #1) as they really let you get super creative with your tags! I cannot even count how many Christmas, birthday, wedding, welcome tags I made with these dies, and I always love the way they turn out!!

Backgrounds on these colorful tags are from Holiday Cheer paper pack! To make tags sturdier, I die cut each tag out of heavyweight white cardstock, then cut them again out of patterned paper. I die cut the toppers and added them to each tag then started working on the images.

The first tag with snowmen, is a bit different in colors; I thought blue background and some snowflake confetti would work better with those cuties.

Snowmen are from Feeling Frosty set, die cut with coordinating dies; sentiment is from Merry Mice set. Embellished with Blue Snowflake confetti.

Mouse in the stocking, pieces of cheese and the sentiment are from Merry Mice set.

Alpacas, mountains and the white heat embossed sentiment are from Alpaca Holiday set.

Penguin and a fish are from Penguin Pals set, sentiment is from Alpaca Holiday set, and the tree is from Winter Scenes.

I colored all images with Copic markers and cut them with coordinating dies, or fussy cut them out, then adhered each image with foam tape.

I tied colorful twine to each tag and added some highlights with white gel pen.

These were so fun to make guys! Options with these tags are endless, decorating them with beautiful patterned paper and just stamping or heat embossing a large sentiment would be such an easy way to mass produce πŸ™‚ I love to color so I usually end up adding critters, flowers or die cuts (depending on the event) and personalize each tag for family members, with either a specific critter, color, sentiment or theme.

**** Sunny Studio will be giving a $25 gift code for this event, so check out Tracey’s blog HERE, and Sunny Studio blog HERE for details and more amazing inspiration ****

Thank you so much for stopping by and spending some time with me today! I really hope you enjoyed this post and got inspired!

Until next time I wish you all Happy Crafting πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯°


  1. Mendi Yoshikawa

    So much fun details to take in. I love how bright and happy these are and how you’ve been able to use some old favorite critters from past years. They turned out amazing!

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  2. Ruth Gauss

    Your tags are filled with wonderful, traditional Christmas colors and (some) very untraditional images! They are all about Christmas cheer, though, so that’s all that matters! Thanks so much for sharing!


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