If you’re like me, you usually think of a tag as something to tie on a package. Today, I’m letting this tag from the Botanical Bliss bundle take center stage on the front of my card.

By Su Mohr for LIM382; Click READ to go to my blog for details! Featuring: Botanical Bliss stamp set, Botanical Tags dies, Braided Linen Thread, Stitched Shapes dies, Subtle Textured embossing; #birthdaycards #birds #birdsoncards #handmadecards #tags #gifttags #lim382

Botanical Bliss Tag


I love this die cut with the two sweet birds. I have, previously, snipped the birds from the tag to use on recent projects. Today, you are seeing the complete tag, because there’s a “tag” theme going on at the Less Is More challenge site.


When I saw the theme was “tags, “I immediately grabbed the Botanical Tags die set along with the Botanical Bliss stamp set, and started thinking about the colors I would use. I chose Sahara Sand for the card base, layered with Pool Party cardstock (textured with the Subtle embossing folder), and Bermuda Bay cardstock for the tag.


I cut a 2″ strip of Bermuda Bay cardstock for the tag, and then used the die to cut the pretty detailed pattern at the top. The Braided Linen Trim made a perfect tie for the top.


“Happy Birthday” (stamped in Bermuda Bay ink) is in the Botanical Bliss stamp set, and fits nicely within a square Stitched Shapes die cut. The two, Sahara Sand sprigs, growing from the card base, were also made with a die that’s in the Botanical Tags die set.


This clean and simple card was quick & easy. The tag would make a great “tie on a package” tag too! 

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