Personalized, Scrapbookable, Re-cyclable Christmas Tags!

Saw a darling wrapping paper idea on a friend’s fb.
The paper had hip images and was stand-alone cute, but it had family photo images in the paper!

I immediately had this idea and started whipping through my photo boxes.
This thought came to mind, too.

So let me tell you a little about this idea.

The photo on the tag tells who the gift’s recipient is. Pretty simple stuff, isn’t it?
Of course, if you have to mix up packages and keep secrets,
just use the wrong person’s photo on the tags.
Such as, all of “Johnny’s” presents have Cindy Lou’s photo tags on them.
JUST BE SURE TO HAVE A DE-CODER on Christmas morning!

I used leftovers from my City Sidewalks Pajama FUNN Party. 
I am a
Close To My Heart consultant and love helping others “make the world cute”.

Cut a mess of 3″x 4″ tags from Kraft Cardstock and
started piecing, trimming, matting, and remembering.
Couples gift? Find a photo with both. Family gift? Use a family photo.
This little scalloped edged photo was in the box as is.
Remember when we used to cut our photos in shapes?

The deal with these photos is, they were in boxes waiting to be used!
They were smallish in nature (about 2 1/2″ or less wide x 3 1/2″ or less tall).
Most will never make a layout, at this point, but they could. They are already, after all.

But mostly, they are simply “Project Photos”.

Do you like this idea?
It was sure FUNN going through my photo boxes. Found some scrapbook material, too.

So, print away, FUNN friends!
Your memories are so very precious.

Have a FUNN day – it is countdown week!



P.S. Be sure to watch for more posts this week – I have the week off!
There are years of ideas on my blog, search for a topic, search by month and year, or just nose around. 

It is all for FUNN and it is all for you, my FUNN friends!

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