Stampin' Up! Stamp-A-Tag Kit Samples

11.19.2013

In class last Sunday we played around with the Stamp-a-tag Kit offered in our Holiday Catalog. This little kit is only $10.95 and comes with the ink, stamps, tags and twine to decorate 24 tags! Of course,  you also have the option of pulling out your other stock-piled supplies to play even more. Here are some ideas for your tag-making enjoyment. I've added notes below each picture where "extra" supplies were used.

Note: these samples are all Christmas-y. A couple of the ladies left some blank so they can use them for other gift/treat giving events. Good idea, eh?

This is the kit "as-is". You don't really need more… 
but if you have it, why not use it?


 I just shared how to make these little bows in THIS PDF. Here, I used our Large Oval punch, Paper Snips and scrap card stock to make these bows. They are topped off with Jewels Basic Rhinestones. The tag was also stamped with En Francais (background stamp).


 For the silly in you… or your family :)
Penguins created using our Owl Builder Punch and Petite Pennant Punch (for their hats). The tag was embossed using the Northern Flurry embossing folder. We used chalks (remember those?) to add color to the snowflakes.


These tags were embossed using the Perfect Polka Dots folder and topped with a zig zagged piece of 1/8" Old Olive taffeta ribbon. This ribbon actually came with the kit, wrapped around the tags. The sentiments are from Teeny Tiny Wishes and are die cut using Framelits - Itty Bitty Banners. The stars are die cuts from Sizzix. 


 This set of 6 came together quickly: Woodgrain Background stamp, sentiment from the kit, and the deer from our Hostess set Warmth & Wonder. Easy, peasy and they won't scare the guys.


This last trio is a compilation of shared materials. The two on the left sport scraps of DSP and an adorable wreath from our Jolly Bingo Bits stamp set. (Thanks to Jessica for bringing that!) And the last tag is decorated with Season of Style Designer Washi Tape along with another star and red jewel. (Thank you to Clarice for sharing your Washi!)


So as you can see, you can just use the kit or go wild and pull out other crafty supplies. It was so nice to sit around, chat and share ideas while putting these together. I can't over emphasize how relaxing it is to sit around with my ladies and play with paper. I encourage you to gather some friends and give it a shot!


Stamp-a-tag Kit is item # 132806

11 comments:

  1. When I click on the file for making the bow it does not come up, just a blank page

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    1. Bette, I have tried from both my computer and iPad and was able to access the file. I'm not sure why it is giving you problems, but if you are willing, try the link in this post (shared earlier this week)
      http://escape2stamp.blogspot.com/2013/11/diy-gable-box-and-gift-bow.html

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  2. Great tags!! Those penguin ones are super cute, and I love the ones with the stars and the ribbon.

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    1. Thank you, Yapha. This was a lot of fun and we all got a laugh out of using EVEN the ribbon that wrapped the tags!

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  3. Wow!! Those are just too cute!! I love the star and ribbon idea. You are one smart cookie :)

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    1. Ha! I wouldn't go that far... But it is fun to play with ideas isn't it? Glad you liked them!

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  4. Thanks for sharing those great ideas!

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    1. my pleasure - glad you like them :)

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  5. The tags are adorable. So many good ideas. The banner on top of your blog page is really pretty!

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    1. Thank you, Tima. The tags were fun to make, (And the banner is a free one I found online and altered.)

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  6. OMG! So much taggie-goodness! These are all so dang cute. Those bows are perfect, I am going to have to try that, and soon :)

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