Make Some Christmas Cocoa Gift Tags
by Jessa Plant
Hi friends! It's Jessa from Sparkle Living Blog coming at you with these fun Christmas Cocoa Gift Tags. I'm a huge fan of leaving little gifts at my neighbor's and friend's doorsteps during the holidays. When I saw these adorable Christmas Cocoa digital stamps from Joy Clair Designs, I immediately knew what I wanted to do...hot chocolate gift bags!
And of course you need a darling gift tag to add some trim to your surprise! I used some Rinea foiled paper and stamps from Joy Clair Designs to make these tags.
First, I took some Rinea Silver/Silver Starstruck Foiled Paper and stamped it with the Joy Clair Christmas Lights background stamp (no longer available) , then lightly embossed the paper with gold embossing powder. (Be careful not to heat up the foiled paper too much!) To add color, I colored in the lights different colors. Affix the stamped foiled paper to a card stock tag, covering the entire tag and trim.
The Christmas Cocoa Digital Stamps from Joy Clair were super fun and easy to use. You can either print them out on card stock and cut them out manually, or trace and manipulate them in a software program and cut them out with your craft cutter.
Although there are programs to digitally color the digital stamps, I chose to use my markers and my embossing pen and gold embossing powder. Once colored and embossed, I just adhered them to the Christmas lights background. After every thing was in just the right spot, I punched the hole and strung some ribbon.
These tags are going to be so cute on my neighbor gifts for the upcoming holidays!