FREE Winter Wishes Felt Tag Kit With Every $20 Order

When I attended the Louisville Regional in October, I saw the cutest set of Christmas gift tags created with the Winter Wishes Stitched Felt from the Holiday Mini. 

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These soft, multi-layered embellishments can quickly add a warm touch to holiday cards, gift bags & tags, and scrapbook pages!  Check out my version of the gift tags presented at the Regional:

Winter wishes - all

Each tag features one of the 4 Winter Wishes Stitched Felt accents, along with Frostwood Lodge Designer Series Paper, Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin Ribbon and either the Dotted Scallop Ribbbon Punch or Scallop Edge Border Punch

What a cute set of tags!  And, for a limited time, I'll be offering a Winter Wishes Gift Tag Kit, so you can create your very own set! 

Kit Contents: The kit has all the supplies to make each of the four Winter Wishes tags.  Includes all card stock, designer paper, glimmer paper, ribbon, twine, rhinestone brad, and rhinestones shown.  All paper will be pre-cut and pre-punched, ready-to-assemble with your own adhesive. The "to" and "from" stamping is not included (I'm not allowed to pre-stamp kit supplies per Stampin' Up! policy). Step-by-step instructions with photos will be emailed to you.

Hurry!  Kits Only Available While Supplies Last Thru December 15!

Choose the option that works for you:

  • $4.95 Kit Local—Local Fort Wayne-area residents can order by contacting me and working out local payment and delivery details.
  • $4.95 Kit + $2.00 Shipping—Anyone within the Continential US can order the kit via PayPal and I'll mail the kit via US Mail in a padded envelope.
  • FREE Kit—Earn a FREE kit (with no shipping fee!) for every $20 order you place by email, or through my Online Store.
  • FREE Kit—Earn a FREE kit when you agree to a Host a Party or Private Class with me between January 4 and February 29, 2012 (the awesome Sale-A-Bration promotion starts Jan. 24).  Check my Calendar of Events to pick a date, then contact me to schedule.

Fine Print: This Winter Wishes Gift Tags Kit is offered exclusively by me at Too Cool Stamping.  Once you place an online order, or purchase the Kit, I will send out the Kit by the next business day.  This offer is good December 3 through December 15, or while supplies last.  Not valid on previous purchases, or in combination with other special offers or incentives from Too Cool Stamping.  Offer IS valid for Stamp Club and workshop orders (woohoo!).  Hostesses who earn this FREE kit incentive must have their event between January 4 and February 29, 2012.

Winter Wishes Gift Tags Up Close

Each Winter Wishes Gift Tag is created on Whisper White card stock that's die-cut with the Two Tags Die.  Tags measure 3" x 4-3/8", so they are perfect for even large-size gifts.  You could even use them as an accent on a card or as an embellishment on a scrapbook.  Or, wrap them up in a cello bag and give the whole set of 4 as a gift!

TIP: I used either Multipurpose Tombow Glue, or Crystal Effects to attach the felt.  Sticky Strip, Glue Dots and SNAIL really don't secure them as well. 

Let's take a closer look at these Too Cool tags!

Winter wishes - mittens 1  Winter wishes - mittens 2

Cute mittens tied in a bow, hanging above Rhinestone Jewels accents.

Winter wishes - snowflake 1  Winter wishes - snowflake 2

Wintery snowflake highlighted with a Clear Rhinestone Brad.

Winter wishes - wreath 1  Winter wishes - wreath 2

I love the layered felt wreath, tied with a beautiful Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin Ribbon bow.

Winter wishes - holly 1  Winter wishes - holly 2

A cute felt holly sprig with berries looks fabulous on the punched Silver Glimmer Paper wreath.

Complete Supplies List:

Find all the supplies at my Online Store!



      1 thought on “FREE Winter Wishes Felt Tag Kit With Every $20 Order”

      1. Thanks for photos of the gift tags–up close and personal. I was at the Regionals that day but couldn’t remember all the different designs and didn’t have my camera. (BTW–I have a sister living in Fort Wayne but she’s not a stamper–poor baby doesn’t know what she’s missing).


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