Thursday, December 06, 2018

All About Tags - Let's Get Hopping, Round #16

Welcome to Let's Get Hopping blog hop.  The theme this month is All About Tags. 

A little over a year ago I joined this blog hop. And at that time I wrote a post called "My Cookie Jars Extravaganza" and the only thing I can say is that the legacy continues. 
In the last couple of weeks, I produced one hundred tags and topper for cookie jars to be sold at my kids' school. I made a few different designs. Today I am showing the simplest one. Click here to see the most elaborate one (includes a video). 
For this design, I only used Santa's workshop designer series paper and circular dies. I did stamp a little sentiment on the snowmen paper as I felt it was too empty. The scallop label is actually printed out on a label sheet and punched out (with the now retired punch) so it easily adheres to the tag. 

I also printed labels with ingredients and stuck those on the reverse side of the topper. It's visible when you open the jar and flip the lid. On the reverse side of the tag, there are instructions, also printed on a sticky label. To each tag, I attached my business card.

If you'd like to know what exactly is in the jars, have a look here at my "step by step jar" post I created last year.

I hope you enjoyed the little cookie jar journey I took you on and you are now ready to see projects of others on this hop. Click on the arrow below to find out what talented Tracy Bish prepared.

If you'd like to see the full list of the supplies to finish these toppers and tags, scroll down to see the clickable images.

Supplies to make these toppers and tags (click on to SHOP):


8 comments:

  1. They are gorgeous Eva. I am in awe of how many jars you have decorated. You must have been so busy

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    1. Thank you. Yeah, it was so busy I didn't realise I had a perfect material for this hop! would you believe that?

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  2. These are amazing! What an effort! Well done you.

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    1. Thank you, Jenny. I wish we'd fill it with something a bit healthier but making cookies with kids that they love after it's just so precious.

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  3. Way to go Eva! I love the tags and the jars!

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    1. Thank you, Nina. Watch this space next year!

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  4. Great Job Eva, wow I remember you showing the jars from last year, hope we are still hopping next year to see your creations.

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    1. Thank you, Tracy. I guess I will be "the cookie jars lady" for the next few years so, sure if we are still hopping next year, you shall see another batch.

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