Saturday, November 21, 2020

Paw-liday Pup Tags

Hi Crafty Friends,
Your Next Stamp is doing a Christmas series to inspire you to get busy on your Christmas cards with some of our CUTEST Holiday Stamps. I am sharing fun puppy tags using the Paw-liday Pups Stamp set that I'm going to tie to bones for the neighborhood dogs.

Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: Do you get your dog a Christmas present?
A: Me? Yep! She always gets special treats and bully sticks.






 
 
 One more look at all FIVE!


Supplies:
Your Next Stamp Paw-liday Pups Stamp Set
Kat Scrappiness Stitched Scalloped Tag Die
Kat Scrappiness Stitched Hill Die
Bone Buttons
Sequins

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Challenges:
Gem of A Challenge #24: Anything Goes
Polkadoodles Challenge #47: Anything Goes
Cute Card Thursday #661: Sentimental
Word Art Wednesday #466-467: Anything Goes
Dream Valley Challenge #237: Lots of Layers
The Cutie Pie Challenge #153: Add Buttons 
The Cat's Pajamas TCP Tuesday Challenge #374: Tags
Wednesday Creative Inspiration: Winter Wonderland 



 

 

 

 

 

 



 


 






15 comments:

  1. Wow! All these tags are super cute along with the sentiments. I don't have a dog, wish I did and I would definitely spoil him/her especially on Christmas. My cat makes out pretty good though!

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  2. Love these cute pups! The tags are adorable!
    Coco gets a package of treats!

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  3. Fabulous Fun festive Tags! ... adorable image! thanks for sharing with Polkadoodles #47 challenge this week, Nelly dt x

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  4. Such fun tags, Meghan! Loving these images!
    I don't have a dog but two cats, and they do get presents although I may just wrap them up an empty box this year. They usually only stay interested in new toys for a few minutes and then it just adds to the clutter LOL.

    One year I made the mistake of getting them something that included catnip. They went crazy and destroyed the gift wrap in the middle of the night, including some of the other wrappings too.

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  5. What can I say-just too adorable!! All so cute with perfect colouring and fun scenes. Love the combo of colours and patterns-just perfect tags for Christmas. Thanks for joining Time Out x

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  6. Awww they are brilliant!! Thank you for sharing with us at Creative Inspirations, good luck.
    Hugs Gina xx

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  7. A gorgeous gift tags, gorgeous imagse. Thank you for sharing with us at Dream Valley challenge. Marlene DT

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  8. Adorable dog tags. We don't have a dog but I do remember giving treats to my son's new dog for Christmas one year.

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  9. I am pawsitively in love with your gorgeous dog tags!!! Each has his own personality, just too, too adorable!

    Thank you for sharing in our Lots of Layers challenge at Dream Valley.

    Lin
    Dream Valley

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  10. Oh my goodness....love each and everyone your fabulous tags, so much fun. Thank you so much for playing along with Tracey's 25 Days of Christmas Tags!

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  11. All of your tags are so very fun and happy. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out and The 24 Days of Christmas Tags.

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  12. oh wow!
    so many cute tags!
    love them all!
    no because my husband dont like that idea! lol

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  13. Okay, these are absolutely darling!!! What a sweet idea to give gifts to the neighborhood dogs as well.

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  14. ACK! I LOVE your array of dog-themed tags and so does my mini schnauzer, Lily! She just turned two and we have a LONG list of gifts for Santa! She can't have 'treats' as she has irritable bowel issues, but toys? OH YES! Sure to be something special in her stocking! Thank you for joining us once again in the 25 Days of Christmas Tags gallery!
    ~carol

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  15. Fabulous collection of tags Megan. Thanks for joining us at The Cutie Pie Challenge. Pat K xx

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