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Christmas In July
by Candice Crawford

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Hi Everyone!

Candice here, showcasing a Christmas in July project to help inspire you to jumpstart your Christmas crafting. Today, I am using the Holiday Joy layered tag set that was released last fall. I am also using my Double Stitch Tag Frames dies set for the base of my tags. 

To get started you will first need die cut the tag base from a piece of patterned paper, I am using a sheet of red plaid from the Memory Box Dashing Holiday 6 x6 paper. Although this paper pad is no longer available; any holiday patterned paper will be sufficient. 

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Next you will need to reassemble the tag and tag frame together onto a white piece of card stock. After assembling the tag, take a single whole punch and create a whole at the top of the tag for your ribbon. 

Now you will need to create the focal point sentiment. Die cut the word "joy" from a piece of glitter white card stock. Next, die cut the joy outline from as piece of grey card stock and adhere the joy sentiment onto the outlined piece with some liquid glue. 

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Next, pop up the joy layered sentiment onto the tag with some 3M foam adhesive. Finally tie on your white ribbon to the tag and you're done. 

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I hope you have enjoyed today's Christmas in July project and found inspiration. 

Until next time...happy crafting. 

Candice Floral Signature copy

 

 

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Comments

Hi Candice, A lovely Christmas tag, I love tartan on Christmas crafts. I love the holiday joy die set.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Very cute tag! Thanks for sharing.

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