I’m back with some more tags. Previously, the Power Poppy blog has inspired me to deconstruct those gorgeous floral images, and it may be my favorite twist on the usual stamped and colored card. This time, I printed and colored the Camellias digi stamp. I was experimenting with shading some acid green leaves, and the finished image turned out *really* vivid!
I decided that maybe the flowers would be most effective in small doses, so I die cut a slew of tags. I backed all of them with lavender card stock, and then stamped and heat-embossed small sentiments on each. Several of the Power Poppy stamp sets have a perfect, tiny “For You” that’s just perfect for a gift tag.
My newly-crafted tags inspired me to make this little gift bag for my friend Dani, who gifted me a couple of ink pads.
I cut the bag pieces from card stock that is a much brighter light green in real life! Then I die cut a butterfly, outlined the shape with stickles, added some acetate for backing, and assembled the bag.
I filled it with some Speculoos-filled chocolate cups from Trader Joes, and tied the top with some lavender seam binding. I tied my tags together with twine and then attached them to the bag. I think it looks very springy!
Power Poppy Camellias digital stamp
Avery Elle tag die: Simply Tags
Simon Says Stamp tag die: Tiny Tags
Lawn Fawn Treat Bag die
Hero Arts butterfly die: Antique Butterflies & Flowers Framelits
Paper Source Lavender card stock and twine