Janice here with you today to share a fun project I created using the holiday line Under the Tree. I found my inspiration here on Pinterest. I love the simplicity of this project and that the supplies used to create these confetti gift tags are items most crafters can find in their stash: glitter, twine, eyelets, eyelet setter, any type of a plastic sleeve.
I started with an 8 1/2 x 11 baseball card page protector. I sewed straight lines along the sides and bottoms. This top row was my trial run and I made adjustments after sewing the top closed.
I trimmed some cards so they could float around in the pockets. Except for the glitter, all the pocket fillers are found in the Under the Tree line.
After sewing the top of the pockets closed, I cut each individual one. Then I added the eyelets and twine. To personalize the gift tags, I added names using stickers and tags and placed them on top of the pockets.
I was curious to see how long this project would take me from start to finish. As it turns out, it was almost exactly an hour.
So, set aside an hour to make these fun and pretty gift cards. They can also be repurposed as book markers, sent with a gift card or put into your December Project Life. Enjoy and thanks for stopping by.