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Mother's Day Gift Tags!

So I just had the opportunity to create some pretty little tags for mother's day and I had so much fun making them :)
They are perfect to add that special personalized touch to the mother's day gifts.



American Crafts Velvet Thickers, PTI Stamp Set (Friends 'till the end), Hero Arts Stamp (Live & Laugh), jute twine, Distress inks(Spice marmalade, barn door, mustard seed, peeled paint, faded jeans)

 
 Baskin Robin's Pink Spoon, hand written sentiment, jute twine
 American Crafts Stamp (Aspire), hand written and hand stitched sentiment

Lawn Fawn Stamp(Sew Lovely), Pattern Paper(Crate Paper)

Cheery Lyn Alphabet Dies, Lawn Fawn Stamp, PTI Stamp Set (Friends 'till the end)


Entering these little pretties for the Gift Tag Challenge in the Moxie Fab World.

If you have any questions regarding these tags, leave me a comment here and I will happy to help :)

See ya soon with some more tag fun :) 

Comments

  1. Beautiful tags....i love the apron shaped one...!!!

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  2. Cute tags! The apron is my fave :)

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  3. Awesome Ujjwal!! All of these are so so special!!
    http://www.kalasirjana.blogspot.in/

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  4. Beautiful onea..each one is so different and cute

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  5. Gorgeous mothers day tags and all so very different. Fab.
    Janette

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  6. These are a sure winner Ujjwal. Each one is so special!

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  7. Wow..all are lovely n beautiful...!!

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  8. wowieeeee!! love that apron! so cute!

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  9. Hey Ujjwal! Thanks for linking this up to the Gift Tag Challenge in the Moxie Fab World! I'm so glad you joined in on all the fun! :)

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