Christmas is on its way and what’；s best than early planning. Canvas Corp papers are the best choice for the Christmas preparations on cards， gift tags， ornaments， decoration and whatever your imagination creates.？ Canvas Corp papers have a wide range of patternsfunny pillow cases， designs and colors for any Christmas style you want to follow.
The little tag-pockets made by Kyriakos Pachadiroglou made， will help you add a handmade touch to your gifts.floral pillow shams
“；Quick and easy to make and many ways to be used –； that was my thinking behind these gift tags. You can write your message， include a gift card in the pockets， decorate a gift or even place them as ornaments on the tree“；， says Kyriakos about his Christmassy project.
Step 1 –； Cut a skinny card in 3 equal parts on the long side and fold， creating little cards.
Step 2 –； Cut the 4″；x6″；designs in half a trim about 1/2in on the long side.
Step 3 –； Die cut a star on one of the little card sides and trim 1/4in from top. This side will be the front.
Step 4 –； Stamp inside the card with your favourite stamp. (optional step) –； “；It will be nice for the recient to see a message when removes the printed paper cutting”；， Kyriakos says.
Step 5- Glue the little cards to the long only sides， creating pockets and place the printed ones inside.
Step 6 –； Wrap some jute cord around the pockets and embellish with charms and stamps.
What a clever use of the Skinny cards to use this holidays other than sending greetings. Create easily your cards and gift tags using Canvas Corp Patchwork papers that come in many colors to make your own special projects.
Find more of Kyriakos’； work in his blog and Instagram
Happy Christmas crafting!
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