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Warm Cozy - For the Holidays - Gift Tag!


Since the weather began turning a bit chill here, I started knitting again!  Above is a hat I actually DESIGNED myself.  I've tried it without the cable and in a few different colors.  It's a slouchy hat that fits my style.

But most of the hats I've made, I won't be keeping.  They will be nice cozy gifts for friends and family (not saying who, tho!)

I'm happy to report that I've completed more than 8 different colors and styles of hats, which means I just might be ready (which almost NEVER happens).

And of course, I have to make a tag to go with it, right!  Well, this stamp from Unity arrived in my mailbox last week just in time for a tag to be created for this cap.

I also used a bit of some of my favorite 3GIRLJAM crinkle ribbon from last year's holiday bundle.  I've been hoarding it!

Here's a close-up!


Well, that's it for me!  It's been a long time since I have been able to participate in Friends With Flair.  Now I need to go peek and see what other folks have created.

It's time for cranking up the inspiration for home made goodness, right?

(Oh, ps, here's a TERRIBLE picture of me donning this baby!)



Comments

Rachel B said…
Your gift card turned out so awesome! I love it!
Ruby said…
Lovely hat. It looks great on you. Love the tag . It is so pretty. TFS
Donna K said…
So happy to see a post from you this morning! Your cozy hat is lovely and mostly because YOU are so lovely! That tag is super sweet too! Big hugs my friend!
Angeline Choo said…
Awwwww I love the tag (and the hat too!!)
Lucy E. said…
Cute tag and hat!
What a great way to finish off these beautiful handmade gifts. Love the tag!
joetterer said…
I like that style hat, need to get one! Your tree is so cute on that tag, great coloring.
awe what great idea.... make your own gift tags to go on another homemade gift!
Kris said…
Darling tag to go with that cute hat.
Julie Odil said…
What a great hat, and an adorable model! LOVE the tag!
Angie said…
Beautiful tag and hat!
Edna Morrisedie said…
Love all the little details on the tag... and great hat too!
Rachel said…
very cute gift tag! the knits are awesome!
-Rachel w k
rwkrafts.com
LauraEva said…
what a great tag!
JPScraps said…
Super cute gift tag! I need to start making some tags....

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