Wrapped Up Wednesday: Pretty Tasty Tags

I watch A LOT of  Food and Travel television programming. In my mind, I always envisioned myself as this cross between the Pioneer Woman and Anthony Bourdain. And every now and then I try to channel my foodie and travel icons and whip up something for my family and friends. I threw myself a birthday party (yes I am one of those people who thinks their birthday should be a national holiday) and served a signature strawberry ginger cocktail. As gifts for my guest, (besides playing Ben Harper’s cover of the Beatles Strawberry Hill way too many times) I made these batches of the ginger syrup I used for my cocktails. There are a couple of ginger syrup recipes out there. I just used this one but with larger quantities.

And if you are a paper crafter you use any excuse to whip out your paper and die cut supplies. So I made these cute adorable tags to go on my thank you for coming and making a big deal out of my birthday guest gifts.

Berry You

The tags were cut from some older Dear Lizzy products. I layered an ornate die cut made with my Cricut and Close to My Heart Art Philosophy cartridge with matching stamp set. My favorite part was the strawberry made with a Quickutz die from cardstock and then I traced around the die cut on the Charlie cardstock from Bazzil (the most wonderful heavy weight shiny brown cardstock EVAH!) to mimic chocolate. Did I mentioned that I served chocolate dipped strawberries?

Berry You 1

As you can see, this was a very fun (and tasty) Wrapped up Wednesday. Thanks for stopping by. More to come. Celia


Eat Drink and Be Merry. Cardstock: Bazzil (Charlie); American Crafts (Rouge); Nenah Classic Crest (Solar White). Patterned Paper: American Crafts Dear Lizzy Neapolitan (6×6 paper pad). Stamps: Close to My Heart (Art Philosophy). Die Cut & Punches: Cricut (Art Philosophy); Memory Box (Pocket Gift Tag); Die-Namics (Fishtail Flag Stax); Quickutz (Flirt). Inks: Momento (Rich Cocoa); Stampin Up (Pear Pizzaz). Misc: Twinery, Ribbon, Pier 1 Imports glass bottle.


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