Tuesday, December 23, 2014

{Paper Smooches Video} Quick & Easy Holiday Tags and Treat Boxes

These are the tags and treat boxes I made with my son's class last week. Each student made their own sentiment tags and coloured in the image of their choice. They also customized their packaging with a sparkly snowflake, string and pillow box. Every gift turned out so cute and I wish I had remembered to photograph them all together!

Originally, my son didn't want to do any voiceover work for this video but after watching me edit the video, he decided he had to pop in here and there. I was thrilled, especially since I know you all love him so much! :D

This first sample uses a sentiment from Holly Jolly on a tag from Gift Tags 1 and the girl elf from Enchanted Elves and Elf Icons. When it came time to giving it away, I did include a large sparkly red snowflake between the two tags.

The Hanukkah sample uses a sentiment from Kibitzing Sampler and dreidels from Kibitzing Icons on a tag die cut from the original Stitched Tag. Here, you can see the large gold snowflake that wasn't shown in the video.

My final sample is more generic and uses a sentiment from Christmas Sampler and a snowman from Freezy Fellas and Fellas Icons. Below is the stack of holiday books we personally addressed with Christmas Sampler and Merry Motifs.

It's so easy to make extras to have on hand for friends and family who pop in unexpectedly over the holidays. I hope you're all ready for Christmas! A cute little boy in my family is counting down the days 'til Santa arrives. ;)

Thanks so much for stopping by during this busy holiday season!



Lisa Lara said...

Adorable little pillow boxes and tags Emily.

Meghan said...

Damian's teacher must just LOVE you! These are just so adorable but so much work. You are an amazing mom!

Samantha Mann said...

What cute gifts!!!!! You are so nice and sweet and kind to that class!! Love watching you color and love those tags with glittery snowflakes!!! You ROCK!!

Mary-Anne V said...

Love the pillow boxes. Your son's voice is adorable. Merry Christmas!

Lindsey said...

Wow. Quite an ambitious project to do with a classroom of 6 year olds! And I speak from experience, as you know. ;) They look terrific though, and the kids must have been so proud of their finished products.