The Gina K Designs Stampn’Foil collection has expanded with the release of beautiful new fall and holiday designs. Today I’m sharing a set of gift tags featuring the new fall release Graphic Sunflower set and Foil-Mates Background in the basket weave pattern. These fall images pair beautifully with touches of warm golden Fancy Foil from the Gina K Designs line.
Hello Sunshine Gift Tags with Gina K Designs Stampn’Foil
Hello Sunshine Gift Tags by Designer Audrey Pettit
Therm O Web & Gina K. Designs Supplies:
Gina K Premium Cardstock: Luxury White
Stampn’Foil Clear Stamp Set: Graphic Sunflowers
Stampn’Foil Foil-Mates Detail Sheets: Graphic Sunflowers
Stampn’Foil Die Set: Graphic Sunflowers
Gina K Foil-Mates Backgrounds: Harvest Texture
Gina K Designs Fancy Foils: Wild Dandelion
Gina K Wafer-Thin Die Sets: Decorative Tag Set, Decorative Label Set
Gina K Designs Ribbon: Sheer Satin White/Gold
3D Adhesive Squares
Zots Clear Adhesive Dots: Medium
ICraft Purple Tape
Ink: GinaK Designs Premium Dye Ink- Kraft, Wild Dandelion, Jelly Bean Green
Twine: Doodlebug Designs
Royal Sovereign Laminator
Hello Sunshine Gift Tags with Gina K Designs Stampn’Foil Instructions:
Let’s take a closer look.
To begin, gather a basket weave Foil-Mates sheet from the Harvest Texture Backgrounds set, and trim the panel in half. Make sure the largest tag from the Decorative Tag die set will fit two times. Turn on your laminating machine, and let it heat up. Place a piece of scrap cardstock between the sheets of a folded piece of parchment paper. Place the Foil-Mates sheet face up onto the cardstock. Add a piece of Wild Dandelion Fancy Foil onto the background panel, with the colored side up and the silver side down. Close the top sheet of parchment, and run this sandwich through your laminator.
Die cut two large tags from the foiled background panel. Select the smaller label shape from the Decorative Label die set, and die cut two labels from Luxury White cardstock. Stamp the “hello sunshine” sentiment from the Graphic Sunflowers clear stamp set onto the bottom of the labels using kraft ink.
Cut a 10″ length of white/gold sheer satin ribbon. Thread one end of the ribbon through the tag hole from the back side, and bring the other end around and down over the top of the tag to the front side. Thread white twine up through the tag hole from the back, and cinch it into a tight knot around the satin ribbon. Using medium Zots adhesive dots placed in the center of the tag, tack down the ribbon, and then cut the ends of the ribbon into fishtails. Place 3D Adhesive Squares onto the back of the labels, and then adhere them to the center of the tags.
Stamp the petals of the smaller sunflower onto their matching Stampn’Foil Detail Sheet using GinaK Wild Dandelion ink. Stamp the center of the flowers onto white cardstock using kraft ink. Die cut the centers using the matching circle die from the Graphic Sunflowers set. Therm O Web Purple Tape is super helpful for keeping those dies perfectly in place. Foil the sunflowers with Wild Dandelion Fancy Foil, and then die cut them with the matching dies.
Stamp the leaf image onto white cardstock using GinaK Designs Jelly Bean Green ink, and then die cut the leaves with the matching dies. Adhere the sunflower center to the middle of the flowers using 3D adhesive squares. Figure out your place for the flowers on the top of the tags, and then tuck the leaf under the flower and adhere it with a medium Zot dot.
Place additional foam squares onto the back of the sunflower, and then adhere it over the leaf on the top of the tags. Tie the twine into a bow, and snip off the ends, as desired.
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Today we’re officially releasing:
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