Hello everyone! Today is the reveal of a very special kit from Simon Says Stamp; their Holiday 2018 Tag Kit called, Peaceful Christmas! I have the pleasure of sharing a couple of projects using the kit, plus some exciting news!
I designed the Peaceful Christmas stamp set (there are coordinating dies too!) and the two tag dies; Holiday Snowflake and Holiday Wreath. I hope you love them! The kit also features some gorgeous Christmas and winter themed papers, Vintage Nuvo Drops and so many other lovely items!
If you like the kit, be sure to grab it while supplies last; there are limited quantities available. However, the stamps, dies, and other products are available for purchase outside the kit.
Because this kit is, of course, a tag kit, naturally I had to make one! Using the Winterberry papers, the Peaceful Christmas stamp set and Holiday Snowflake tag die, plus some embellishments such as a bit of Lawn Fawn and May Arts twine and Peppermint Jazz gems, this tag has a wintry and festive vibe!
To see how I made this tag, be sure to tune in to the video above, or watch it on my YouTube channel.
As a bonus, I also created a card with the gorgeous Suzy’s Watercolor Print that is included in Simon’s Holiday Tag Kit! I love coloring these prints; for this project, I used Copic markers. I fussy cut the wreath out and layered it onto another sheet of the Winterberry paper.
The sentiment is white embossed from the Peaceful Christmas set, and I cut a red bow with the Holiday Wreath tag die. Finally, I added dots of Vintage Nuvo Drops and Stickles for a bit of holiday sparkle!
I hope you enjoyed these two ideas, which are both made using the Simon Says Stamp Limited Edition Holiday Tag Kit called, Peaceful Christmas! The kit is packed with all sorts of tag-making supplies, which you can use to decorate your Christmas gifts, treats and more! Be sure to pick up the kit while supplies last; there are limited quantities available.
Thanks for tuning in today for this tutorial; I’ll be back again soon with more inspiration to share!