Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Swedish House Crafts - Father's Day Gift Idea

Hello, my friends! 

I have a new project today for Swedish House Crafts!

For some of you, 
there is still time to order what you need to make this cute little project for Father's Day,
 which is on June 17th. 
The rest of you will just have to place your order and make it for a fun birthday or anniversary gift! 


 The fun little pocket page album is created using only one 12 X 12 page of the 
It measures 3 x 4, and has multiple pockets to house all the great masculine tags from 
I also cut some extra tags from kraft cardstock. 
These are the perfect place to make your own personal gift coupons such as: 
"This entitles you to one dessert of your choice" or "This entitles you to a picnic in the park"...things like that! 


 If you want to make it for an anniversary gift, 
a fun idea would be to write sweet love messages on each tag. 
Or you could write all the things you love and appreciate about the recipient.  


Then I went through and stamped with the screw head stamps. 
They are perfect on the wood paper. 


 The variety of the size of the tags makes it more interesting. 
It's fun to see one pop out behind the other.


 The pockets were decorated with elements that were also cut from the tags page. 


  On the back I added just the screw head stamping. 
Then I use a Tim Holtz bull nose clip to hold it shut.


Here's a look at all the wonderful tags that this tiny little mini holds. 


Thanks so much for stopping by today!  :o)

Links to all the products I used:

5 comments:

Eek Eek said...

Super cool idea, love a tag book of any kind! The Mister Tom's Treasures Tags are great images, like the fact its vintage but crisp, not shabby chic! :)

Annabel - Knitty Kitty Digis

Daffodil Cards said...

OMG this is fabulous Nancy.
Faith
x

Pollard Carole said...

So clever that's a brilliant design and idea Love and hugs Carole x

Donna Phelan said...

Oh I really like this! Well done!

MARIAPILAR DEANCOS said...

Awesome idea, Nancy. Love your mini pocket tag album! Thanks for inspiration