Hello friends! It’s Bobbi Lemanski here with holiday tags for happy bakers and cookie lovers! I am using the new, Baking Spirits Bright stamps and dies by Sunny Studio Stamps. The first tag also uses the largest of the Stitched Arch die for the tag base. Both tags feature greenery from the Wintery Greenery dies, too.

For the first tag, I ink-blended Ranger’s Saltwater Taffy Distress Oxide Ink around the edges of the largest arch of the  Stitched Arch die set cut from white cardstock.

Tip: I always cut two tags so that I have a nice finished backing for my tags to add a to/from or message on the back.

Next, I stamped all of the images from the Baking Spirits Bright stamps and dies. I used Brushed Corduroy ink for the stamping. Next, I colored all of the images using Copic Sketch Markers in R89, R46, R29, R17, R14, R22, and R20. I also used E57, E55, E53, and E51 for the brown tones. I stamped a sentiment from the same set at the top of the tag and attached the images below it, popping up the gingerbread man and hot cocoa with foam tabs for added dimension.

I added some greenery sprigs and berries to the tag using the Wintery Greenery dies with white and green cardstock. I attached a piece of baker’s twine string in red to finish the tag.

For the second tag, I clipped two corners of a 4-3/4″” long X 2-3/4″ rectangular-shaped piece of white cardstock to create a large-sized tag. I blended Vintage Photo, Brushed Corduroy and Antique Linen Distress Oxide Ink around the edges and splattered water over the ink and blotted it with a paper towel for the splotchy effect.

I made a grey metal cookie sheet from a 2-1/4″ X 3-1/2″ piece of dark gray cardstock, I simply scored the two short edges 1/4″ in on both ends of the rectangle. It looks just like a cookie sheet I have in my cabinet!  I added five decorated sugar cookies to the cookie sheet, adding a foam tab under the center snowflake cookie to make it standout a bit more as if it is resting on the other cookies. I sprinkled the entire tag using Dr. PH Marten white ink using a fan-shaped paint brush. I think it looks like powdered sugar all over the baking area!

I added some greenery sprigs to the tag using the Wintery Greenery dies cut from white and green cardstock. I stamped the sentiment from the Baking Spirits Bright stamp set. Baker’s twine in red finishes the tag.

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