Have you ever gone to the store, walked by the magazine rack and something catches your eye? You pick it up and tell yourself, you don’t need it buuuuut…..! Well this is what happened to me at Tesco yesterday! I came across “Make Special Cards”  Issue 7. The magazine had a packet of goodies when I flipped it over.  It had patterned paper, 12 pre-cut cards and envelopes, 16 Clear Stamps, and 78 Die Cut shapes. Then I thought to myself, I can make something cute with this and the stamps are adorable-I want it! So, I purchased it!

I decided to use the Cute Owls themed products. After sitting for a few moment’s, I decided to create some cute little thank you tags.  This is what I came up with. I was impressed with the outcome! What do you think? Let me know!

 

Materials Used:

Fiskars Tag Punch

Cute Owls Paper and Die Cuts (provided in the magazine)

Kracft Card Stock (not sure of the brand)

3D Foam squares

ZIG 2 Way Glue

Gemstones from my stash (to add a little sparkle)

Twine (from my stash)

6 Comments on ““Make Special Cards-Cute Owls” Magazine Issue 7 Favor Tags

  1. Can you tell me where you found this. I have been looking on line, but don’t find a US source.

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  2. Thank you! I was actually surprised at how much came with this magazine and it was reasonably priced.

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  3. These are so cute. I really like your style. I choose craft magazines based on the free gift, always!

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  4. Thank you! I actually ended up buying 3 magazines with stamping goodies lol but decided to feature this one for now!

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