We are brimming with thankfulness and so excited to be sharing it with you as we move towards Thanksgiving and into Christmas.
Hopefully you'll be as inspired as we are to create beautiful things...
Look at this gorgeous work of art from Designer Gerry van Gent:
Gerry's tag is so visually interesting, you can hardly stop from getting closer to your screen for a better look. (Which may just be a running theme with this post!) We love that Gerry is celebrating two very special people with her tag...beautiful, right?
Anabelle O'Malley is also thankful for her family this season:
...and she's chosen a beautiful way to show it. The added texture in her tag makes this one extra special and just so, so pretty...
Emma Trout decided to create a set of layered tags, though you may never know it by looking at the finished product:
Tomoko Takahashi also created a perfectly designed tag celebrating her love of her family:
Our unique trims and Perfect Accents (and of course the way Tomoko put them all together) really make this project something special... We also love the color combination and the way she's pulled the royal purple into this mostly red tag. It just works!
Diana Brodeur took a more simple approach and also shows how you can use your tags to display your gratitude:
Simply set it up alongside a favorite photo and you've got instant art!
Or, take the same approach as Designer Jill Cornell, who has outlined several of the things she's grateful for on this one tag:
In fact, you could create blank versions to include on your Thanksgiving table and have your guests fill in their tags with what they are most thankful for. Save them together for a cherished Thanksgiving keepsake.
Tell us, will there be handmade elements to your Thanksgiving this year? We'd love to see what you're creating!