Ok on to our new BBTB2 challenge. Our sweet and talented Laura is hosting this tag challenge cause we all need tags for those fabulous gifts don't we?!! Well my tags are totally lifted from Pinterest. lol Here are the tags from Pinterest:
I didn't "crinkle" up my ribbon on mine, forgot to do that, but still like how they turned out. I will be able to write the name of the person on the front of the tag up in the vanilla area and will sign our names on the back of the tag. Mine are not exactly like those above, but still turned out cute anyway I think. I used George and Basic Shapes for my wonky circles, oh why oh why can't the Cricut cut a perfect circle and scallop?!! And Mini Monograms for my wonky scallop and the SU punch tab for the top tab. I cut the pattern paper circles in half with just 2 giving me enough for 4 tags.
And here is a non Cricut tag that I lifted from Pinterest too, I did these for the grand-kid's presents only instead of hand drawling the face I used a Peaky Keen face. I think these are so adorable!! I also used a tag from My Creative Time and the Cuttlebug die of assorted snowflakes. I was able to use all scraps to make this little guy, isn't he just adorable?! Here is the Pinterest tag and then my tag. Once again my tag isn't exactly like the Pinterest one because I had forgotten to keep my little hat band longer on each side, but I still think he is cute and the grand-kids won't know the difference. lol Next time I will keep the "roll" on the hat band a little longer. I took advantage of the had band to write the names of our grandchildren on and then signed the back of the tags.
I hope you have enjoyed my tags for today and that you will go check out what inspiration my design team sisters have for you, I promise you won't be disappointed!! Then why not link up with us with your Cricut tags! Remember you must use your Cricut when playing along with our challenges as we are a Cricut based challenge. Thank so so much for visiting me during this busy season, I so love when you stop by for a spell. Crafty hugs, Brenda