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Making Christmas garland

christmas tag garland
christmas tag garland
Most of the projects this weekend are brand new, but there are a few favourites from earlier Christmases that I just had to bring out from the archives. Like this tag garland from last Christmas. I loved this garland – both having it hanging in our home and making several different versions with friends and in workshops. I love the idea of a tag Advent calendar or even keeping your Christmas journal on tags by decorating the front and writing on the back. I love how they can hang on the wall or the fireplace or the tree.

We’re making a new kind of garland with the JBS team this year. Each of us has made our own single piece for the garland, but we had to make them all without knowing what anyone else had chosen. And we’ve sent them off to Tennessee where they will be strung together as one full garland. My link in this year’s banner includes layered rub-ons and a bit of stamping.

christmas banner

See the banner come together at the JBS Inspiration blog.

Your challenge: well, make a garland of course! Whether it’s something you will hang on the wall or an accent on a page or a card, there has to be garland involved. Make it, take a picture and upload it to your blog or a page gallery. Then link it up with the button at the end of this post. Entries close at the end of next Sunday, the 20th of November. One randomly selected entry will win a prize pack of scrapbooking supplies!

11 November 2011

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8 Comments for Making Christmas garland

  1. So.Creative Says:

    I have to make one, it’s fabulous!!!!

  2. Louise Murr Says:

    I love your tag Garland. What a neat idea to do that as a Dec Daily. That might make it easier to handle. I may try it this way.

  3. Candace Says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting you last yar and the NEC at the Fiskars workshop where we made this garland. I came home, ordered some goodies and made it twice the size. Looked great last year strung up above the fire and will certainly be coming out again this year.

    Such a quick yet effective project, just loved it.


  4. Maria Therese Says:

    Oh this is so pretty ♥

  5. Shazza Says:

    this is gorgeous x

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