Stashbusting: Creating Christmas Tags

Hi Friends! Do you love shopping for Christmas scrapbooking products? I know I do! And even though I have quite the collection to my name, I can’t help but pick up a few new things each year.

The problem is, my rate of acquiring scrapbook Christmas supplies, doesn’t quite match up with my Christmas creating output … and so they accumulate.

I have a hard time getting rid of them, because Christmas is just so classic! Christmas doesn’t go out of style … and I know one day, somewhere, somehow, I *WILL* put them to use!

This year, I made a goal to use up those older supplies, and one of the ways I am doing it is by creating Christmas Tags.


Here’s a video with more details explaining my process.


Pop in a Christmas movie and give it a try! Let’s join forces and flood the earth with cute, custom-made Christmas tags and put our stash to good use.

Happy creating!


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8 thoughts on “Stashbusting: Creating Christmas Tags

  1. Wow! Amazing tags – and so many of them! I’m also guilty of having WAY more Christmas supplies than I actually get to use. 😬 Great ideas to use up the old stash.


  2. Jana….You are beautiful! And your tags are FANTAstic. Way more that I have been able to imagine. My there is a lot of work in them. Thanks for sharing. Louise


  3. Wow! You’ve been busy! These turned out gorgeous! I am in love with the American Crafts ones in particular–Such a beautiful striking color palette and cute images.


  4. These tags are so fun! I hope to make a bunch during the Christmas break for next Christmas. (Because they won’t go out of style;) Merry Christmas!


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