This project is a piece of cake. All you need is the Cuttlebug Embossed Tags, chipboard letters, and some distress inks. The embossed tags die not only cuts and embosses, but also has a plastic sleeve that you lift and can ink the embossed area and not get any on the rest of your tag. Just wipe it off with a baby wipe after you remove the tags. The set has 5 tags. (There are also embossed labels and Vintage collage sets that I love.)
Using fired brick, scattered straw, rusty hinge, walnut and spiced marmalade distress inks, I randomly colored my chipboard letters and the tags, glued my letters down with glossy accents, wrap some twine around the napkins, tucked in some bits of silk flower parts and have a hostess gift for Thanksgiving! Easy-peasy as Kim says!
Cutters Creek Resources:
Cuttlebug Embossed Tags (Labels & Vintage Collage)
Tim Holtz Distress Inks: fired brick, scattered straw, rusty hinge, walnut and spiced marmalade
The Tim Holtz applicator
Inkssentials Ink Blending Foam