Handmade White Christmas tag swap

The tags I received in the White Christmas Tag Swap hosted by Jane are just delicious!  Take a look:
There were 16 of us in the swap -- that's a big swap!
Most were on the winter white theme, but that wasn't a requirement.
Look how sparkly and wonderful they are!
The details!

You KNOW I am in love with the button one!
It's perfection!
This is the one I made; I showed it to you last month, too:
I plan to make them into some sort of a wall hanging, and maybe even use doilies in the background somehow -- like snowflakes.  I'll probably hang it against my front door so I can admire it often!
I'll show you when I've finished it.
Jane gifted us all a cute snowman in a tart tin and a silvery snowflake.
She wrapped it in a little bag she made by sewing together two coffee filters.
Wasn't that thoughtful?  Thank you for hostessing Jane!


Those are all fabulous and who wouldn't be happy to receive them?

The button Tree is my favorite

I just love making tags and just told someone after Christmas I am playing in my studio MORE

Laurie you always have the best stuff
Anonymous said…
They are gorgeous, I am sure you must be in heaven!
Linda said…
Beautiful tags. I like making tags and sorry I missed this swap. Waiting to see what you do with them.
Oh I wish I could have been involved, but with the boutique I did at my home it just wasn't in the cards this year.
They are all beautiful and it looks like it was lots of fun
Kathy said…
So beautiful and thank you for sharing the inspiration!
I love how they are all so individual to the artist. Lovely tags. They would make an adorable banner.

autena said…
Wouldn't they be fun all together on a Christmas tree?
Tammy said…
I loved your tag! Can't wait to see how you display them!
Unknown said…
They are all so beautiful Laurie.what an excellent idea!
Createology said…
This was a wonderful tag swap and I am so happy I was invited to participate. Your tags are beautiful and I look forward to seeing how you display them. Holiday Bliss...

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