What Can You Do With A Bread Tag?

Just a little bit ago I challenged myself to see how many bread tags I could decorate for Christmas from the Attach It kit. I’m a big fan of cutting multiples of things, so I made myself a sheet of different size tags, cut them, got my stamps, and stamped away!





The square and smaller rectangle tags are 1.25″ wide. The large tag is 1.5″ wide. I used a combination of stamps and embossing for simple and creative looks. The problem was having to stop. ;)



I think this may be my favorite tag. I used the same serendipitous technique I used on the Christmas Greetings cards. I knew that if I heavily inked the edges in silver–that even though I used my embossing gun to dry it–those spots would still be wet enough to snag the gold embossing powder. I love the effect!

All these various stamps can be found in the Christmas section. I also used the Lincoln alphabet on Ho Ho Ho, Tagged for the To/From and Today, and Brooklyn Etc. and Oh Yeah for the 23/Dec tag. The Noel word strip comes from Merry Little Words and this is the Snowflake.

This whole project was just a fun twist on Christmas tags.


2017-12-19T06:07:32+00:00December 19th, 2017|projects, stamps|4 Comments


  1. Barbara Rokke December 19, 2017 at 7:18 am

    OMG these are adorable!! I have been saving bread tags in hopes of find a project to use them on. However, cutting them on the silhouette is an even better idea! What type of paper did you use so they cut so cleanly and stamped/embossed so well.

  2. hgauvin December 19, 2017 at 8:04 am

    So so cute!

  3. megbertapelle December 20, 2017 at 11:57 am

    OMG those are soo cute!!!
    maybe you could sell those as digital pre-made versions that someone (ahem) could just print & cut?
    I love the bread tag idea! I’ve never seen that before – and would be so much easier than having to punch holes & thread ribbon and tie all the knots – UGH!


  4. Yvonne Garrett December 20, 2017 at 7:12 pm


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