Think Pink Tags

My daughter’s birthday is coming up soon and we have been busy shopping for her loot bag goodies to give away.  We’ve decided to make our own tags to go with each loot bag with the help of Fundamentals’ tags, stamps, and Ranger’s Distress Inkpads.

Fundamentals materials: White Tag Pack, Sentiments Stamp Set

Ranger Distress Inkpads: Spun Sugar, Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry

I punched some hearts from a scrap piece of white cardstock and generously applied the Spun Sugar inkpad all over the hearts.  I then inked the Picked Raspberry to the edges of the hearts and tags with Ranger’s sponge applicator.

I stencilled the Worn Lipstick shade to the tag and then adhered a pretty pink inked heart on each tag.  Lastly, I stamped the Fundamentals thank you sentiment on each heart and tied a white satin ribbon through the top hole of each tag.  Pretty pink tags done, fun and so easy to do.

This is definitely the special touch each loot bag needed.  Hope you’ve been inspired and you can check out all the Fundamentals range HERE, or at a Spotlight store near you.




3 thoughts on “Think Pink Tags

  1. So simple and pretty! I love it!

    I have a strange request. My daughter and I recently completed a baby album for my granddaughter with Ruby Rock It Empire Baby. Somehow we cannot find our Week 50 journal card. I have no idea how we could have misplaced it, but we did. It is possible we used it for something else and never noticed. Anyway, I already contacted Ruby Rock It and they do not have any. As a designer, I wondered if on the off chance you might have any of the collection and the week 50 journal card. I would be happy to buy it from you. I just thought I would take the chance and reach out to you. Thank you so much. I am also a new follower

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    • Hi Jean thanks for following :). Unfortunately this is an old paper collection and I didn’t have the chance of getting my hands on them. I have also asked our dt coordinator and they have run out of them and is now a discontinued line. Perhaps you can substitute it with a smooth trimmed white cardstock with some clean stamping to match the page? Hope this helps.


      • Thanks! I hung on to the collection until my daughter was pregnant. Not sure what we did with the card. I might have cut it for a scrapbook page. We can make one, but just thought we see if we could find one.


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