Friday, December 6, 2013

Ornament Pockets

One of my favorite gifties to make are these ornament pockets with coordinating tags.
The one pictured above was created with the silver houndstooth paper from
Sparkle and Shine.
The tag and snowflake were cut with the Art Philosophy cartridge.
I used a variety of stamp sets to stamp the tag.
I usually make a ton of these for my 
Winter Wonderland booth as I have customers return for these every year.
They make nice little gifts for friends and co-workers.
You can easily stick in a gift card too if you need a a gift of a certain value.
Here are a few more that I made with papers from my Christmas collection.

Just like snowflakes, each one is unique.
I keep the tag design the same but switch out colors to match the papers.
Here is this year's tag design...
Thanks for the visit.
Now I am off to do some more creating!


Audrey Pettit said...

Haha, I just posted an ornament pocket today, too! We must be on the same wavelength again! LOVE how you've done yours! Such a fun fold-down design and so beautifully decorated. I love the happy papers you used. That one with the polka dots and snowman in particular captured my heart. Loving the stamped tags, too. I bet these just fly out the door at your sale!

Brenda said...

Lynn, you are simply amazing! This is a lovely idea, and I would not have thought of it! I may have to scraplift this idea!

Kristine Porter said...

Those little pockets are so cute! Reminds of little folded boats my friends and I would make in elementary school! I swear, I have no idea how you get so much done!! You are amazing!