Candy cane gift tag - free cut files
We are simply going to roll right into gift giving here on the blog, now that the decor is out of the way. Ok in full disclosure, I was working on one other project, but I can only describe it with one word: craptastic. So I am shelving it for another time.
Also, Santa? Can you please send me some elves? Just some spare ones? The December hours are collapsing in on themselves. What is up with that?
Anyway. Let's get on with it. Candy cane gift tags. Yep. Doing it. Here they are.
As you know I bought a very big stack of gold cardstock and it is going to take me all the way through Christmas. Yes it is.
I also used some white glitter cardstock for the white candy cane. Both candy canes are backed with a white cardstock cane without any holes in it.
On the back I used some stamps and black ink to stamp on To and From. Pretty easy.
The little wreath is also included in the cut files. Two pieces. Glue them together and stick them on the candy cane. This craft could easily be turned into a Christmas ornament if you glued two glitter canes together (mirror one in Cricut so the holes line up) back to back and a wreath on each side.
The elves must still be working on that version. I am not seeing it anywhere.
I used some white gift wrap and leather string for this gift wrap.
Simple, but lots of layers and texture. Here it is reversed: gold candy cane with white glitter wreath.
And you can of course make some for yourself here with this download - and if you are looking for elves, you are on your own. Hey don't look at mine.
Download here for free - for personal use.
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