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Monday, November 23, 2009

Book of Gift Tags

Hello!

Today I have a Book of Gift Tags to share. I am sorry to not remember where I saw this, but I will keep looking in my files and will post the source when I do. The fold looks complicated but it is easy to assemble. I used one of the SU holiday designer papers but think that this set could also be used for Valentines Day. :<) Whatever the occassion, this would make a nice gift for someone!

The closed book.
When opened you can see all the little pockets that hold the 8 individual gift tags.

Because it is quite plump when closed with all the tags inside, I made a belly band for it.


This is what the individual tags look like - I made them all the same.


Thanks for stopping by today!

I hope you liked this gift idea! :<)

Barbara Diane

8 comments:

Ellen Kemper said...

I am sitting here at my desk making tags to give a friend and POOF - you magically give me this fabulous way to present them to her.

Perfect timing Barbara! LOVE this idea.

Gaby said...

Hi Barbara,

I really love your little tag-book.
Beautiful paper and even the ribbons match.
Good idea to use a belly band.

A great present for the upcoming holidays.

Debbie said...

This is incredible! I would love to know how you made this! What a great gift for someone! Thanks for sharing.

helen said...

Hi Barbara,

Love the tag book and the color. I've made one using the bind-it-all, but I really like yours. Beautiful!

Jackie Thomas said...

Perfect little book Barbara. Love the paper you have used. Perfect pressie for friends and teachers. Have a wonderful day. xo Jackie

Creations by Patti said...

Did you have me in mind when you made this.............this one is right up my alley - everything about it. Fabulous. Thanks for sharing.....hugs, Patti

Starla said...

What a wonderful gift idea! I love the rich look of the colors you used

Carol said...

TUTORIAL PLEASE...I just love this Barbara. This would go so well with all the tags I have been making. What a beautiful gift. Thanks for sharing this wonderful idea.

Hugs,
Carol