Upcycling Christmas cards into tags

I filmed this last week and decided to upload it before I forget about it. Reusing old Christmas card leftovers, childrens Christmas craft packs and old xmas tags to make a whole new range for this year. I really enjoy recycling what I can and often my kids buy new packs of cards for school friends every year and discard the left overs. Combining these with old left over or used tags can make great embellishments.
This year all my gifts shall be adorned with cute tags that add a personal touch.

The Facebook OCF challenge.
Use the hashtag #OCFCreativechallenge if you want to join in! You can also make any videos of the project and let us know. We will share them on the FB page!!

I also mention my Unicorn journal in the video, which you can find out more about here CLICK ME!!. Available on amazon UK and USA

Okay, back to our supplies. I have trawled some crafty sites to find similar items to what I used, but as the majority is recycled things from old craft kits and cards last year I do encourage you to start saving them every year and make this an annual craft in the run up to xmas.

Materials –

Christmas cards, old tags, wrapping paper, craft packs from the kids christmas boxes.
Childrens craft box
Mod podge dimensional magic
Foam tape
Double sided tape
Most of the embellishments come from craft packs but you can add gemstones, pearls, bows etc. Googly eyes, pom, poms. Just shop your stash and see what you have
Glitter paint (instead of nail varnish)
Jute string
I used wool to go with my jute , but you can use ribbon, other types of string or bakers twine.
Sharpie marker pack
Silver sharpie
Black outline pen
Tacky Glue
Flat back pearls

The video –

Happy crafting!!!

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