25 Days Of Christmas Tags – Day 21!

25 Days Of Christmas Tags – Day 21!


I’m super happy you’ve popped by today as here at Uniko we are super excited to be part of a wonderful festive event…


This is the 7th year the lovely and creative Tracey McNeely  from In My Creative Opinion has organised this fun and festive event to spread Christmas Cheer.

Uniko are honoured to be one of the 25 sponsors of the event and to be taking part 🙂

Sponsors 2017

Myself and the Uniko Design Team have got our festive on and created some Christmas Tags to share with you, so let’s get to the inspiration!



First up I decided to go a little ‘Traditional’ with a classic red, white and gold combo. I don’t think Festive Sentiments has left my desk since it was released last month!

I dusted off one of my all time favourite Papertrey Ink Tag Sale dies, this is No.5 I love the curved top and the notched bottom of this tag shape and it as a good size, not too big, but not too small!



So for this tag I simply die cut the tag from Stampin’ Up! Real Red card, stamped my sentiment from Festive Sentiments in VersaMark and heat embossed in Gold EP. I added a Soft Stone satin ribbon tail, secured with some Stampin’ Up! bakers twine.

Next, I couldn’t resist a snowflake tag!


I am loving having the Uniko Designer Die Snowflake Trio back in the inventory, I sure have missed using these beauties!

I fairly recently purchased some Stampin’ Up! Mini Pizza Boxes to use as gift packaging this Christmas and I thought it was the perfect size to dress up using a not so recent Stampin’ Up! purchase of the Cheerful Tags dies! I think these are now retired.

There are 2 tags in the set of Cheerful Tags dies and the one I have used has handy ribbon threading holes at the top and bottom of the tag. The tag does come with a back, but I didn’t need it and wanted my tag to be completely flat against the lid of the box.



I didn’t want a design that would take too much focus off the sparkly medium snowflake, but I really wanted to pair it with the recently released Uniko Wonky Stripes Stencil! So, I opted for a soft Altenew grey ink (Silver Stone) to ink the stencil design onto the tag shape. I then simply adhered the tag over the top using foam adhesive. The ribbon is another favourite of mine, Hawaiian Shores from Papertrey Ink.

I had planned to make SO many different tags using Uniko’s festive clear stamps, but time was not on my side! Hopefully I will get to make and share these before the end of the event!

Anyway, the Uniko Design Team have some festive inspiration to share with you too, be sure to stop by their blogs (links below) and leave some love!

CLICK HERE to see more from Carol

CLICK HERE to see more from Deborah

CLICK HERE to see more from Izzy

CLICK HERE to see more from Jane

CLICK HERE to see more from Lindsey

CLICK HERE to see more from Rahmat

All the details about the event and link up can be found HERE. Today’s Uniko post on Tracey’s blog can be found HERE.


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Comments (19)

  • Kristie Goulet Reply

    LOVE both of your tags!!! ♥♥♥

    21st November 2017 at 1:00 pm
  • carol Reply

    Red and gold: festive fabulous! And your glittery snowflake dressing up the mini pizza box is absolutely lovely! I’m intrigued by these little boxes…I wonder if there’s an SU person in my town…off to see!

    21st November 2017 at 3:44 pm
  • Marianne Reply

    I can totally understand why that ribbon is a favourite. Love that colour, and it’s the perfect match for the grey and glitter of your tag. So pretty!

    21st November 2017 at 3:53 pm
  • Mary Holshouser Reply

    The gold on the red is so elegant and rich looking.
    Love the little snowflake.
    thanks for sharing.

    21st November 2017 at 5:17 pm
  • Iris Soscia Reply

    Super cute tags – love the gold embossing and the sparkly snowflake.

    21st November 2017 at 6:31 pm
  • Karen Letchworth Reply

    Hi Beverly! Your first tag is so nice with the gold embossing on the red tag, and the snowflake tag is stunning as well. Great job, and so much inspiration for all of us drooling over your work. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Karen Letchworth

    21st November 2017 at 7:18 pm
  • Carla Hundley Reply

    Darling tags and
    I love the snowflake
    Carla from Utah

    21st November 2017 at 8:41 pm
  • Izzy Reply

    Red and gold is a winner for Christmas ! And I love the simplicity of this tag ! Of course my heart beats for your sparkling snowflake tag ! I’m dying for these dies and want to use them everywhere ! Love the background with the wonky stripes ! Gorgeous Bev ! Hugs xx

    21st November 2017 at 9:13 pm
  • Isabel Z Reply

    I love what you created!

    22nd November 2017 at 2:20 am
  • Beverly Sizemore Reply

    Pretty gold embossing on that classic red tag. Thanks for sharing!

    22nd November 2017 at 2:34 am
  • Sue LD Reply

    I like the gold embossing on the red tag and the sparkle on the snowflake tag.

    22nd November 2017 at 2:34 am
  • Teresa Doyle Reply

    Great tags Beverley, I esp. like the red tag. Simple yet beautiful.

    22nd November 2017 at 9:49 am
  • Arianna Barbara Reply

    Wow! Beautiful creations! I’m totally in love for your stunning snowflake tag!!!

    22nd November 2017 at 10:29 am
  • Lindsey Reply

    The Festive Sentiments set is just perfect for CAS tags! As are the fab Snowflake dies too! Xx

    22nd November 2017 at 10:25 pm
  • Deborah Frings Reply

    Love the bold red and gold tag – very festive. And that little box with the snowflake is just gorgeus! xx

    24th November 2017 at 2:54 pm
  • Nancy R. Reply

    Two very pretty tags. Love the Merry & Bright font, and your snowflake is so festive. Thanks for being a sponsor!

    24th November 2017 at 9:00 pm
  • Yahaira Valdivia Reply

    lovely tag! Inspirational tag for me

    25th November 2017 at 4:02 am
  • Sue Washburne Reply

    Both of your tags are beautiful! Loving the gold and red!

    26th November 2017 at 2:56 pm
  • Marjorie Dumontier Reply

    These are gorgeous Christmas creations ! I love the red and gold combo.

    26th November 2017 at 10:23 pm

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