December 18, 2020

Hi crafty friends, Ivy here. Do you love to add a touch of handmade goodness when wrapping gifts? I’m sharing these super cute tags that will definitely level up your wrapping job!

Let's get started!

Supplies:

supplies for gingerbread house diy holiday gift tags

First let’s cut all the pieces out for the tag, you will need the following pieces.

Die cut 2 tags each in Rose quartz, Blu Raspberry and Diamond Print glitter. Die cut a bow in Rose Quartz and Blu Raspberry. If you do not have a die cutting machine, you can cut these pieces by hand. 

Use an embossing folder to emboss 1 tag in each color. I used 3 different embossing folders but you can just use one kind if you want.

 

embossing folders and embossed christmas tags

 

I usedthis svg for the cute little snowflake, gingerbread & house.

Cut the gingerbread house “icing” using Stardream Crystal.

 

Die cut pieces for diy gingerbread house holiday tags

 

Hand cut the Diamond Print White cardstock to make a “snow ground”

 

hand cutting snowy hill out of diamond print white glitter paper

 

Now it's time to put the pieces together. Glue the gingerbread house "icing" and add rhinestones.

 

adding rhinestone bling to gingerbread houses

 

Glue the snow ground onto the tag and add the gingerbread house and gingerbread man.

Glue the bow die cut together and cut a small square and fold it half.

I used the small square to hold the front and back tag together.

Punch a hole and attach the twine.

 

adding bow to top of gingerbread house holiday tags

 

For finishing touches, glue the bow, snowflakes in Crystal and snowflake sequins and add rhinestones on the center.

 

adding final embellishments to gingerbread house DIY tags

Just look how cute these turned out!!

 

finished gingerbread house holiday tags

I hope you enjoyed this tag project as much as I did. The tiny gingerbread house with the gingerbread man is just too cute. The shimmers and glitter looks so much cuter in person!

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Happy Holidays crafty friends!

Ivy


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