Christmas Tags

christmas tags

Have you ever found the right gift, even an adorable bag or wrapping paper…but you cannot find a cute gift tag?

This year, I’m making tags for all of my presents using my ScanNCut2.

Earlier this year, I created adorable gift tags for St. Patrick’s day, and switching out the colors and text is easy.  DIY your Christmas Tag to create a personalized and seasonal gift tag to go along with all of your thoughtful gifts using this tutorial.

Disclosure: Rebekah is a paid consultant and has received products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

Happy New Years Card

With 2018 starting in just a few short days, I decided to create a few New Years Cards for my friends.

I love custom cards because you can use a simple template, like my Forever Card (pictured), but customize it to fit the theme and season.

Create your Happy New Years Cards with this fast tutorial.

See it. Scan it. Cut it. Create it. #Brother #ScanNCut #brothercreates

Disclaimer: I am a paid ambassador for the Brother ScanNCut.  All projects and opinions are my own.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Snowman Wall Hanging

Winter is definitely here, and it’s time to start thinking about some fun, snowy decor! I love using a winter theme when I decorate because it means that I get to enjoy my decorations for longer.

This year, I’ve decided to add some fun wall hangings around the house to keep things bright and festive. The best part about wall hangings? You can change them whenever you want.

Whether it’s a new season, new holiday, or you could even hang one up for a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary.

And, since Christmas is around the corner, feel free to replace this cute snowman’s stovepipe hat with a Santa hat if you’re feeling festive.

Materials:

Brother ScanNCut2 machine

Standard Mat

Deep Cut Blade

Felt, adhesive backed black, white, and orange felt

1- 8″ x 8″ piece of white dot cotton fabric

7- 1/2″ black buttons

2-sheets light blue cardstock

1-sheet white yardstick

Glue

Hanging wood piece from the craft store

Cosmetic blush

Instructions: 

Snowman Wall Hanging

From the menu set to cut one 7.5″x7.5″ circle.  Place white felt, white side down onto the Standard Mat.  Insert Deep Cut Blade into the holder.  Select cut.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Snowman Wall Hanging

Remove film from white circle revealing a sticky side.  Place dot fabric on the sticky side of the felt.  Trim fabric even with the edge of the circle.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Apply black felt, face down onto the Standard Mat.

Snowman Wall Hanging

From the menu, choose the hat and brim sizes and cut with the ScanNCut.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Snowman Wall Hanging

Snowman Wall Hanging

Peel the film from black felt.  Adhere black fabric to the sticky side of felt pieces and cut edges even with scissors.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Audition hat onto the wood piece and set aside.

Snowman Wall Hanging

For the Snowman’s nose, place orange felt side down onto the mat.  Cut the long triangle shape with the ScanNCut2.

Trim nose with scissors to resemble a crooked nose shape.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Glue hat, to the head of the snowman.  Peel film from the nose and adhere to the face of the Snowman.  Glue buttons to the face for the eyes and mouth.

Snowman Wall Hanging

Select snowflakes #AR-A008 the menu of the ScanNCut2.

Switch the blade to the Standard Blade and apply paper to the Standard Mat and cut.  Repeat only using the word Winter from the word menu #LO-A071.  Cut and assemble the wood Hanging Snowman using the photo as a reference.

Snowman Wall Hanging

 

Disclosure: Rebekah is a paid consultant and has received products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

Elf Box

I love to using boxes for projects. They are easy to “dress up” and always make a great impression.

The fact that they increase storage space is a bonus!

This holiday season, I decided to make an elf box to help a friend knock her Elf on the Shelf dreams out of the park. She can use the box to delivery surprises to the kids,  bring presents, and as a prop for her elf’s shenanigans.

Click here for this tutorial!

Disclosure: Rebekah is a paid consultant and has received products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

Christmas Monogram Pillow

December has to be one of my favorite months of the year. We’re in the heart of the holiday season, and we get to change out our fall decor for more festive Christmas decorations.

One of my favorite projects from this year has to be my Geometric Pillow, and I’ve recreated it for every season so far, just by modifying the colors that I use. For the Christmas season, I’ll be using red and green instead of black and white, and I couldn’t be more thrilled that such a simple switch completely changes the look of a room.

For full instructions on how to make this simple and elegant pillow, view the directions HERE.

Disclosure: Rebekah is a paid consultant and has received products from Brother to evaluate. However, the opinions expressed are entirely her own and based on her use of the products.

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