DIY Dovecraft Washi Tape Christmas Tags

What you Need

Dovecraft Christmas Washi Tape

First Edition Nesting Tree Dies- Hobbycraft Exclusive

Dovecraft A4 White Card Stock, Twine, Christmas Basics Ribbon Bows

Fiskars Hole Punch

How to Make

1.  Begin by placing strips of your chosen Dovecraft Christmas Washi Tape designs closely together on a 6x6 piece of Dovecraft A4 white card stock.

2.  Use the largest die in the First Edition Nesting Tree dies set and die cut it to the centre of your Washi Tape sheet.

3.  Repeat step 1, using a different Dovecraft Washi Tape design on a sheet of white card stock. Die cut the second largest tree die on top and adhere your tree to the centre of your first die cut, using 3D foam pads.

4.   Repeat step 1 once more, using an alternative Washi Tape design. Die cut the smallest tree from your set to the centre of your sheet . Adhere with 3D foam pads to the middle of your tag.

5.  Glue a gold ribbon bow from the Dovecraft Christmas Basics collection to the centre of your tag. Punch a hole at the top of your tag using the Fiskars hole punch.

6.  Thread through a length of Dovecraft Twine through the punched hole and tie a knot to make a secure loop.

This cute design is super easy to make and will look lovely tied to your Christmas present!

For a simpler look, you could use the same technique shown in the tutorial but cut out a tag shape and add a strip of Washi Tape to the bottom of your tag that features a Christmassy sentiment as shown below. The coordinating Dovecraft ribbon works really well with this design.

To make your tag stand out from the bundles of presents, follow the same steps in the tutorial but use Dovecraft Silver foil Washi Tape and use a star die cut to make an interesting tag shape. To add detail, Maxine has used Dovecraft Ribbon, Twine and Jingle Bells to complete her festive look.

We would love to see your Christmas tags so remember to upload them to the project gallery and when uploading to social media, to #Trimcraft.

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