Working in an office with over 40 staffs, it can get quite busy during the Christmas Eve. Gifts exchanged all around. Hence it can be quite upsetting not knowing who a present is from unless the person gives it to you personally.
I know gift tags won’t be valued by any of them; probably thrown away along with the wrapping paper. But meh! I love paper-crafting! And I will do what I like!
As you can see, I’m on the rusty old look for this Christmas. So yup. Gave them all that ‘brown’ and worn look by edging all the tags with brown chalk-ink. They all measure up to 2.5 cm by 4.6 cm.
Like I mentioned on my previous post, Christmas is the best time for a scrapper to finish their red/green leftovers. So yes, the red strips of paper were all from those mini remnants of my cutouts that I have left for the past years.
Even the brown cardstock that I used to punch my snowflakes was the same one I used for my Christmas cards on my previous post. And sequins! The batch came from multi-coloured sequins I got from YeawOnArt. Took me about 7 minutes to carefully pick out just the red ones. *chuckles*
As for the tiny holes I made for the string.. I would like to thank my belt puncher for all the adlibbing. *laughs*