Tag 1 - Noel on Neenah

Hello friends,

Happy Saturday.. As I promised, starting today, I will upload one kind of tag each day, until December 23.

These are the tags. Inspired by justmeprints.

I used Papertrey Ink die cut Neenah brown paper to make the tags. I love this die cut so much. Then I used a doily die cut out as a template to make dots. The dots represent the snow. I used a white pen from Uni Ball. They were easy to find in the local bookstore.

Then I cut a parchment paper to make Christmas leaves using a Spellbinder poinsettia die cut. 1 die cut out was for these 2 tags. Then I punched 6 dots on red paper, applied the Stickles: Candy Cane. Finally, I stamped Noel from Papertrey Ink.

 Meanwhile, these are the pictures of Christmas celebration in my daughters' school: secondary and primary. What I enjoyed was making the potluck food. I think potluck is a better way to provide food in any parties. Yesterday, I made these rounds. This was how the committee arranged on the table.

I packed them in doughnut boxes (3 boxes = 16 rounds). See the white box on the picture. I just added a Christmas ribbon. They were all gone in minutes. One teacher said, it's quite big that made him feel full immediately, whereas he still wanted to taste other meals. Sorry...

That's why, today I made it again in a 8" x 8" aluminium foil. I made 2 squares and 2 rounds.

And this was how they were arranged on the table. Before the lunch ended, I found no more noodle schotel I made. Hehehe...

 And the picture below: my daughter, P3 student, sang in a choir.

Well, hope everyone enjoyed the party, the food, the celebration, and even the togetherness in the event.

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