Wednesday, August 27, 2014


Hello and welcome! Yesterday I shared with you the large bookmark sized gift tags that I made for my daughter. I really liked this size and it would be fantastic with any food gift. You could even attach it to a giant Hershey bar if you didn't have time to cook (and what college student wouldn't want to get a giant Hershey bar?!?).

(see yesterday's post for details on these)

That said, my girl will typically package a dozen or so cookies on a small dessert plate wrapped in clear plastic wrap tied up with a bow and those tags would've been way to big for that so I came up with a smaller version for her cookie plates.

(click on photo for larger view)

To make these, I cut 2"x3" strips of the same paper I used for the box top which will enable her to write on the fronts of the tags so she can tell at a glance who each plate is for when she is delivering them. After punching the tops with the Scalloped Tag Topper punch from SU!, I added some beautiful music themed ribbon to finish them off. I also sent along some extra black satin, chocolate satin and music themed ribbons for her to use on the plates.

This is the paper I used:
The Primrose Stack from Die Cuts with a View

That's it for the music gift set. Hopefully she will have all she needs when gift giving time comes along. I will post the instructions for the gift box soon.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Snoopy :D


Loz said...

More Gorgeous Tags Snoopy..Loz

Snoopy said...

Thanks so much, Lozzie! That paper really does the trick. ~ Snoopy :D