First up, let's take a closer look at the holly tag. This one is a closed pocket tag with a patterned vellum window.
I cut the tag shape from Pure Poppy cardstock and used the rectangular window to cut an opening in the front of the tag. I used Sheer Basics Chevron Vellum to back the window and somewhat conceal the gift card inside. The vellum gives a peek without the gift card stealing the show. I assembled the tag (simply use strong adhesive on the tabs and fold them to the inside before folding up the back flap) and tied it closed with Rustic Cream button twine. Tying the pocket closed makes the gift card nice and secure. I used the holly leaves and berries from Kimberly's set to give the front of the tag a bit of holiday cheer.
Next up, I have an open pocket tag to share. You simply rotate and cut your tag a second time to get a nice, clean edge using the same die. Here's a PDF in case you'd like visual instructions: Open Pocket Tag Cutting Instructions.
For my last tag today, I trimmed the pocket tag in half and just used the half without flaps to create a simpler design.
That's just three ways you can use the pocket tag. I'll show you another style tomorrow, so be sure to stop back.
Thank you so much for joining me today! Make sure to pop in on Amy, Betsy, Dawn, Heather, Laurie, Melissa B, Melissa P, Michelle, Stephanie, and Kimberly to see even more inspiration. Have a wonderful day and I'll see you tomorrow!
Folded Pocket Tag Trio