The first one is cut from "Picturesque" cartridge at 2" x 3" with the top layer cut from vellum. I've said it before, and I'll say it again, "always cut extra." The vellum was fussy at this size. I thought they would be able to run through my little xyron sticker maker, nope, I forgot it had to be 1" or less to fit into there, doh! So I skipped the gluing and just used the cropadile and eyelets with some pretty sparkle thread to hang them. I didn't take a picture, but the backs are stamped with a to/from stamp from Inkadinkado Christmas Wishes. I coralled the eyeletes with a roll of double-stick tape while I was working. I added Pewter stickles to give the birds eyes, but didn't get a picture of that. I was just proud of myself just for getting this one assembly line photo of the process.
NOTE: Vellum likes a medium sticky cricut mat. That mat needs to be well scraped of flotsam & jetsam or the blade will skip around while cutting the vellum. Yet another reason to cut extra, sigh.
I then dug out the sparkle gelly pens and hand drew around the trees. I figured out quickly to put a dot at the tip of the branches where I wanted to end up and thought of smiles, to make the lines curving upwards over the image. I then pulled a variety of pen colours and dug some scrap out of the garbage to test colours to make ornament dots. This was very relaxing to do.
These were the simplest tags to make. I had a sheet of Graphic 45 brand paper, "Christmas past Letters to Santa" which cut up beautifully with Fiscars stamp-edge deckle scissors. I cut the tags from "Tags bags Boxes & more" cartridge, unlinked the dimensions to 5.25"x 4" using Recollections brand cardstock. I made fiddly little bows from raffia and gluedotted them on. I also added tiny stardust stickles dots to the corners of the "stamp" to add some visual interest. Still no comment on the amazing amount of room to write names!