Another Snow Village Tag

Good Tuesday morning. I love the houses in the paper from the Snow Village pad. Tags are the perfect way to use up left over pieces of designer paper and I took a few photos to show how I make a fast and simple one.


I attached the paper to the tag with ATG adhesive.


I didn’t have enough to cover the whole tag but it didn’t matter because the snow layer would cover it.


I cut the Cottage in the Woods using green, and cut the house section out again using white and cranberry. I cut the green house off and attached the white one in it’s place. I added a couple sprigs of pine and red punched circles to the roof for holiday decoration.  Smile


I turned the tag over on a piece of white cardstock and used it as a template to draw the outline for the snow ground cover and cut it out with deckle scissors.


I crimped the snow piece with my wave crimper.


I attached small pieces of mounting tape to the back of the trees to hold them in place when attaching to the tag base.


I attached the snow section over top of the landscape and attached it to the tag.


I punched a 1/4” circle in the paper to match the hole on the tag and attached a multi loop bow to finish.  This tag only took a few minutes but turned out so cute.


Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great day.

Tag Size:  6 1/4" x 3 1/8"

12 thoughts on “Another Snow Village Tag”

  1. What a great idea for your piece of scrap, wow. I sure have plenty of scraps I keep and
    wonder what to use them for. Will look at them in a different way. Thanks Kittie.
    Made my first open frame card thanks to your step by step details, came out great.

  2. Good Morning Kittie, hope you have a good week-end. What a good idea. and what a lovely tag. I am curious though, since this package of paper only has two sheets of each print, what would you make with other prints?Would love to purchase several more of this village, but not the whole package. These two sheets of the village sure did get the best from them. Love it. thanks so much for the tutorial too. helps heaps.

  3. Pattie, I have made a few cards with some of the different paper in the SNow Village but I know I will not be able to use them all. That is one of the downfalls of purchasing pads of paper. There always seems to be some precious patterns and some not so wonderful. LOL!

  4. Well Kittie, you know how much I love your creativity and I gotta say, you’ve done it again…. I love how you’ve used the paper to make the house background…. Really a wonderful little tag…. thank you for sharing….

  5. That’s a great tag. You always give me new ideas. I agree about the pads. Some designs you wish you had more of and other ones you wish you had less. Thanks for another clever idea. I’m loving my wavy crimper and this is another way to use it.

  6. Kittie, thanks for answering. I feel the same way about purchasing pads. I do with a background, if a basic design of different colors. only if versital with more than one die, or image. Other wise I stick to basic colored card stock and then accent. I sure like your village tags. though. think I will look around for a village to purchase by sheets. LOL

  7. Thank you Kittie, for sharing the tutorial for this tag. Great idea to use the scraps from this perfect paper. I also struggle with paper pads, the ugly sheets seem to just sit there. One of the techniques I do with ugly printed papers is to turn them over to the white side and make new background papers with my stamps and or embossing folders. One of my goals is to use my ugly papers and get them out of my art room. Thank you for the tutorial and for the lovely tag. Now to use those scraps and ugly papers.
    Jacquelene L


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