It’s the 3rd of the month so that means another Whimsie Doodle post for me! This time I am showing you a fun set of images from the freebie section, these adorable “Good Dog” Christmas Tags. I used them to create some fun treats to give to the little pooch in your life!
The best part about this printout is that they perfectly coordinate with a 1 3/4″ circle punch. All you have to do is print & punch. So easy! I decided to layer on top of a 2″ circle, and add a bone die cut, to the top. I put some doggie snacks into small plastic treat bags to complete these dog treats.
I plan on selling these at my fair on Thursday – I am hoping people will want them as fun little “stocking stuffers” for their pups this year…
I even filmed a quick video showing you how I put these together. You can watch below or over on YouTube. Enjoy!
These are some magnetic bookmarks. I’ve done my fair share of bookmark projects in the past – but I was excited to give these a try. They measure 4″ x 2″ (8″ of cardstock folded in half – so 8″ total length). You just slide over the top of a page and use a magnet inside to keep closed. I followed Michelle’s instructions exactly. SO quick and easy to make. These ones below I made with a teacher theme, and some apples that I had printed from digital art.
Here are some fun boy-themed ones. I am thinking they would make great stocking stuffers…or if you’re giving a book to someone, why not add a bookmark, too?
as you can see…I made a BUNCH! Had to make some fun girly ones…
For the magnets inside, I used these business card magnets. I simply cut them up and adhered them to the inside of the bookmarks. Simple!
If you’re attending the Holiday Shopping Night next week, I will have all of these out for sale. If I have any leftover after the event, I will most likely offer them for sale here, too!
I’m back with ANOTHER video today! I’m on a roll lately 😉
I’m still having fun playing with Halloween stuff and came up with a modified version of my Valentines Pencil Holders. I decided to make these wider so they could hold stickers, and a few more goodies…
I’m always looking for ways to give something more than candy – this is a great way to do it. There’s still room for something small like a tootsie pop…but you can even slide a gift card into the top of these if you’d like. Lots of possibilities!
I will probably do a Christmas version of these this year, too. I think they would make great stocking stuffers. I used the Tiny Treats Halloween stamp set from PaperTrey Ink, along with the coordinating die. It’s such a cute set and really makes these personal & fun.
You can watch my video on how to make these below, or over on YouTube. Enjoy!
I have MORE Halloween goodness from the Imaginisce Monster Mash collection for you today! This time I decided to use some old envelopes that I had lying around for another purpose: Apple Cider Holders! These are a great alternative to giving out candy on Halloween. They could easily be modified to a theme for Autumn, Thanksgiving, or even Christmas. They would make a great favor for your table during the Holidays, don’t you think?
Here’s another example of a pair that I made with more of an Autumn theme (using those same stickers from Imaginisce)
I have a full list of supplies for this project over on A Cherry on Top. You can also view my video below to see how I assembled these. Click here to watch on YouTube.
Thanks for watching, please let me know if you have any questions. I love that this project makes use of OLD stuff that I have lying around (I’m not sure about you but I have lots of envelopes that need to be put to use!) I have seen other things with envelopes too, like gift card holders. Perhaps I will tackle that one in another tutorial for you, if you guys are interested? Have a great day!