Lawn Fawn Intro: Tiny Tags and Tiny Tag Sayings

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s October 2016 Inspiration Week! We are just so excited about this week! We are featuring 6 stamp sets, 7 standalone die sets, and our Perfectly Plaid Winter collection!
All of our Fall/Winter 2016 products are available now at your favorite stores and at lawnfawn.com

We already have two places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Our Winter Unicorn and Winter Big Scripty Words post!!
AND today’s post too! 🙂

Today is our showcase of Tiny Tags Lawn Cuts dies and Tiny Tag Sayings! These sets coordinate to make adorable little tags for the holidays, birthdays and any time!

 The design team has made the most amazing samples!
We also have a little video at the end showcasing some fun ways of using these sets!

Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

I love how Chari created a gift package on this card with a Stitched Square and Put a Bow on It! She   added a cute gift tag using Tiny Tag Sayings white-embossed on a Black Licorice Tiny Tag!

Audrey decorated a Goodie Bag with Toboggan Together images and finished it with a Tiny Tag and Mini Snowflakes!

Elena added a Tiny Tag to Tag, You’re It for double the cuteness! I love the sweet Baaah Humbug design and Stitched Borders details!

Yainea‘s brilliant Sprinkled with Joy tag is perfect for a yummy baked gift! I love how she added the heart-shaped Tiny Tag!

Elise was thinking outside the box to create this colorful card! She die-cut Tiny Tags from craft foam and used them as stamps to make this rainbow design! She added greetings from Tiny Tag Sayings and some bows of Silver Sparkle Lawn Trimmings!

 Lizzy doubled up her Tiny Tags with Tag, You’re It and Stitched Circle Tags. I love the homespun look of the kraft paper with Deck the Halls stamped in Yeti ink and the Perfectly Plaid Christmas paper! Pretty Red Sparkle Lawn Trimmings ties it all together!

 Lynnette‘s card is wrapped up to look like a gift with Put a Bow on It and a sweet Tiny Tag!

I love Latisha‘s stamped Pillow Box gifts! Tiny Tags and Tiny Tag Sayings are perfect to add the finishing touch!

Nichol used all four Tiny Tags shapes to create a sweet banner for her card!
Storm Cloud and Mermaid cardstock coordinate so well with this Perfectly Plaid Winter pattern!

 I love that Nichol combined the cute deer from Cheery Christmas with their friends from Toboggan Together!

The greeting inside is from Merry Messages!

 Now, I have a little video for you showing Tiny Tags and Tiny Tag Sayings in action and some fun things you can do with them. I hope you enjoy it! You can watch it below or at our YouTube channel.


Thank you for watching!

I was so inspired by Elena‘s adorable tag, I had to make one too!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at Tiny Tags and Tiny Tag Sayings! Tomorrow we have another fun set to show you! For now, though, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite way to wrap a gift by October 19th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this stamp set! (If you already own this stamp set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Sunday October 16th for our next inspiration week post!
Thank you so much for all of your excitement for our inspiration and release week! Your comments, tweets, facebook, instagram and YouTube messages mean so much to us! Every one puts a big smile on our faces! We think Lawn Fawn fans are the best in the world. We love you guys! 🙂

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351 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Tiny Tags and Tiny Tag Sayings

  1. Just need this tag stamp set and die! It's on my wish list.
    My favorite way to wrap presents is to always include a tag and tie ribbions/ strings around the present. Particularly love those ribbions which you can make them curly!

  2. I prefer to wrap a gift using recycled gift wrapping, so every christmas I hoard all the used paper, smooth it out and save it for next year! My aunt does it as well, so I am a second generation used-wrapping-paper-hoarder! 🙂

  3. Very cute little tags and great projects!!
    I like to personalize each gift that I wrap. With a special gift tag and even sometimes wrapping paper that I have made.

  4. Love all these projects they are so adorable. I tried to comment on all posts but the links are not taking you to their posts ? I will try again later. The tiny tag just sets them all off can't wait for more tomorrow x

  5. I am in love with this stamp and die set! I wrap with curly ribbon and homemade gift tags for that personal touch. This set would be the perfect addition to my tag making stash!

  6. These tags are so adorable with stitching effects and I especially love Elise creation in rainbow colors!
    I always hoard my used wrapping papers and mix and match them with new one, Love to tie with ribbon bow and a curly look and special message on a Tag! So these are just perfects release for me! In my wish list now!

  7. Oh.. I adore these Tiny Tags and Tiny Tag Sayings. Amazing touch for the gift. My favorite way to wrap a gift is to use some beautiful papers with homemade tags.I stamped on the tag one of my favorite small images and sentiment too.And I use ribbon or twine.

  8. I love how the tiny tags layer with tag you're it – I've gotta try that! My favourite way to wrap gifts is while watching a Christmassy movie or TV show 🙂

  9. I love to wrap in non patterned paper or Kraft paper and use real ribbon to tie it up. It's reusable! I have been making my own gift tags since I was a child. Seemed like something I could manage and I've continued ever since.

  10. I've become a lazy wrapper and usually stick everything in a gift bag. But I stll do make the card or tags. There are some great ideas here on this post. Thanks for getting my creative juices flowing!

  11. I like using wrapping paper but you can always tell its from me. Its not the greatest wrapping job in the world but it still looks okay. I loved all the projects in this post. All so cute!

  12. I usually wrap a gift with pretty wrapping paper and have a bundle of ribbons which I cluster together and add on the top of the gift, all color coordinated :-)))

  13. Gorgeous! So much inspiration. I love the tags on the pillow boxes and the colourful stamped pattern (unicorn and packages) looks fantastic on the kraft paper, I just love it.

  14. Love the tiny tags! They would be so great for baby cards. My favorite way to gift wrap is I use the Sunday comics for birthdays and plain kraft paper with red and natural jute for Christmas.

  15. Another day of super inspiration with great projects from the fall and winter release. Great job ladies. If I wrap a gift in paper it needs a bow and tag. I also like to wrap sweet treats in a dish towel or in a jar with a tag and small utensil tied to it.
    DebbieC

  16. I am not very good at wrapping but when I have the time I love to create my own paper using craft paper and stamps, then finish up with ribbon and twine! And now of course those tiny tags!!!! What wonderfully inspiring projects, you have an amazing design team!!!

  17. These tiny tags are so cute! Especially when layered with a regular tag. I prefer wrapping the old fashioned way, but if I'm in a rush, I will use a gift bag.

  18. Love the cards made into packages with the ribbons
    and bows. the tags are so pretty. I make
    all of my gift tags so I'm happy to see lots
    of ideas. I don't wrap my gifts, I put them
    in decorated gift bags. It's easier for me to
    decorate a bag than to try to wrap – they come
    out a mess when I try to wrap.
    thanks for a great week.

  19. Everyone did such an amazing job with their projects!!Love the tiny tags and cute sentiments.
    I absolutely love wrapping with holiday paper, ribbon with a pretty bow and adding a cute tag.

  20. My favorite way to wrap gifts is with a mix of different coordinating color schemes. I color-code according to who the gift is for. For instance, everyone might get the same wrapping paper, but all the gifts for mom might have silver ribbons, and all the gifts for my partner might have gold.

  21. Another post chock full of awesomeness! I love the 'Tiny Tags' die and all the samples are so dang cute! Great papers eh?

  22. I have to admit I love gift bags. In our family we reuse them over and over so I always feel it is the environmental choice. That is why making a cute tag is so important!

  23. So many awesome inspiration ideas!!! And so many different takes on one stamp set!! They are all so adorable 😊 My favorite way to wrap is with wrapping paper and ribbon with tags.

  24. Oh these little tags are so cute!! Love all of the inspiration with them! 🙂
    I love to come up with fun and unique ways to wrap gifts like the shaker money holders I made for last year! So fun!

  25. I guess I am a pretty a traditional gift wrapper. Wrapping paper and gift bags, but I do like to make sure it has a pretty bow or ribbon on it, and a gift tag if I have the time to make one.

  26. I'm crazy about the tiny tags sayings and dies! I love wrapping presents and I love to have everthing match. I usually have a color scheme such as silver and red and I wrap my gifts with the silver and red paper and then make a cute tag with the same colors. Last year I used the stitched circle tags which turned out so cute! I'm a big Lawn Fawn fan!

  27. I love these little tags – I tend to be Old school in my wrapping and wrap my presents in wrapping paper (boring, eh??) BUT theses little tags would definitely bring me into the 21st century LOL!!!

  28. Those are the most precious little tags and sentiments! When it comes to wrapping presents, I'm boring and traditional… just wrapping paper, ribbon, and a bow! But it's my handmade card that always makes it special 😉

  29. I figure the wrapping paper is ripped off quickly and discarded, so I like to recycle. I use the Sunday comics, old helium balloons, etc. The card is the treasure, that is where I use the good stuff.

  30. I Love wrapping gifts I use to buy fun patterns then went to solid colors with sharpie drawings on it. But with my Bestie sending gifts wrapped in Kraft paper I so loved it! So now my new favorite way and style is in Kraft paper! sometimes with images stamped or drawn on it but mostly plain with some fun spring or twine with a tag to keep it simple and awesome!Thank you for a chance to win some of you amazing products! I am in love with a few of these projects too! So glad you shared them!

  31. love to wrap gifts, using handmade tags, using paper or if it something special for a couples,like my homemade peanut brittle & fudge, I use Cello wrap and a nice handmade tag or card on the outside.

  32. I mainly give out gift cards as no-one knows what they want for Christmas so I love to make pretty envelopes and bags for these. I like to attach voile bags with chocs or other little gifts along with handmade tags! Xx

  33. I usually just use wrapping paper to package presents, and I've made a few gift bags with my gift bag maker tool. I can't wait to use my stitched scalloped treat box die for presents this year!

  34. I usually just use wrapping paper to package presents, and I've made a few gift bags with my gift bag maker tool. I can't wait to use my stitched scalloped treat box die for presents this year!

  35. My favorite Christmas craft is making tags. For my non-child relatives and friends their tag is their gift. Three family members now have small trees to display the tags I've given them through the years. Tiny Tags is at the tops of my list!

  36. Such adorable projects!!! Love the tag for the homebaked goods – so cool!! My favorite way to wrap gifts is to coordinate colors to family group/households (makes it easier for me to do a quick check and make sure I've got everyone's gifts). Each gift is accentuated with a handcrafted tag that complements the gift wrap. If I have time, I'll try to add an obscure clue to the tag about the contents. Love being sneaky!

  37. My favourite way to wrap a gift is to tuck it into a box or bag that I made. Lawn Fawn dies are perfect for this! I look forward to the day you design a die or two that creates a bag or box that's the next size up!

  38. Lots of awesome ideas here! I learned to wrap from my Mom, who was a master at it! Her packages always looked professionally done, with perfectly matched paper, trims and embellishments! For an unusual shaped gift, I love a good gift bag!

  39. I love to wrap gifts for people depending on their favorite colors and personalities. The nature girl gets little twigs and leaves, the party girl gets all glitter and big shiny bows, and I always make my own tags!

  40. Oh, those tiny tags are just so cute! I'm not a great wrapper, so I usually just end up using gift bags, but I usually make cute little tags for the gift bag!

  41. Love all of your great inspiration. Makes me want to have it all!!! Never been into making tags but this year I've seen so many cute ideas. Going to make some with my grandsons.

  42. My holiday gift list just keeps getting longer and longer! My favorite way to wrap a gift is wrapping paper chosen specifically for the recipient and a personalized tag!

  43. I love these tiny tags and sayings. I didn't order them at first, but now I want them! So cute! I'm a pretty lazy wrapper, so I use gift bags and tissue, A LOT! These tags would be perfect for my lazy wrapping technique!

  44. When I wrap Christmas gifts I choose coordinating rolls of wrapping paper and make cute tags to match. This year I'm on the lookout for cute light bulb gift wrap because I HAVE to have the adorable bulbs dies for gift tags!

  45. I love to either make my own bag or use pretty paper with a handmade tag. Lately, I am enjoying using a doily at the top of the bag, tied with ribbon. I love these tiny tags!

  46. I used to buy any old wrapping paper but now i love being more creative by creating my own wrapping paper/bags using pattered paper and some awesome lawn fawn dies 🙂

  47. I love to get a one colour wrapping and personalized my self with the stamp I usually match them with my card . I usually glove to make something 3D on top of my gift matching all together. Love all of your product and this lovely tags. My best wishes to you all.

  48. I put gifts in boxes and wrap them in paper to get nice edges then add ribbon, bows and tags. I aim for something Better Homes & Gardens worthy even if the gifts inside are from the dollar store lol!

  49. SO MUCH TAG-a-licious CUTENESS!!!
    Even though it takes a bit longer to do it, I love to wrap gifts in pretty papers, finished off with ribbons and bows … I think they look great and make it fun for the recipient too 🙂 Gift cards are often the gift of choice nowadays and I like to make little holders or treat bags for them.

  50. Squeal!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE the AMAZING Inspiration and looking forward to seeing more!! I LOVE the Wrap with Kraft and then use Pretty Ribbon and Tags!! THANKS for sharing nad have a FABULOUS!! =)

  51. Those tiny gift tags are so cute! The tag and card designs are fantastic! The design team is so talented. Love the card Nichol made using the tags as a banner. I like to wrap gifts with reversible paper for variety and sometimes make gift bags out of the wrapping paper.

  52. I love wrapping gifts with craft colored paper and of course dressing them up with pretty embellishments, bows, ribbons and tags of all sorts. So fun.. Just love the cute tags stamps and dies.

  53. I love to wrap my presents in Kraft packaging paper that is decorated with stamps that match my handmade card. Today's cards are very festive and fun! Thanks

  54. Adorable small rags. Great for Christmas tags. Some of the shapes would be greet all year round!
    Looking forward to your visit to Clipper Street, Langley, Bc ( Canada ) in November 😊
    Kim Veevers

  55. I love everything! My faves? The squirrels, the reindeer, and sheep bearing gifts! I like to wrap my gifts in coordinating papers and decorating the tree in the same colors.

  56. I really love all the sweet tags and gift packaging! The designers all did a fantastic job and I really do love all these cute tags! My favorite way to wrap up a gift is to either use my favorite gift wrap for that year, create handmade bows and tags or sometimes I will buy the brown kraft gift wrap that comes in rolls, stamp my favorite holiday stamps and color them in and then create the bows and tags. I love to personalize my gifts!
    Hugs,
    Jo

  57. Thanks for the Inspiration! I love to wrap with hand decorated gift bags or stamped wrapping Kraft paper with SNOW WHITE ink. Merry! Diane

  58. I'm all about using wrapping paper to wrap gifts. There's just something about watching them rip into the paper that warms my heart! I love using bows and matching gift tags too…these tiny tags would be perfect!

  59. Love the Tiny Tags and all the cute things the team have done with them! I like to use artwork my daughters have done to wrap presents. They produce too much to put on the fridge!

  60. Awesome tag set! Such creative options! I love to wrap gifts using paper that is unique to the recipients personality and finish it off with a special personalized tag.

  61. Awesome tag set! Such creative options! I love to wrap gifts using paper that is unique to the recipients personality and finish it off with a special personalized tag.

  62. Cute, cute tags! I love the heart and star tags.
    My favorite way to wrap a gift is to add tulle as a bow. Adds elegance and volume, tulle comes in all colors and even sparkles, and it doesn't wrinkle too badly when you've got to transport the gift!

  63. Your talented designers amazed me today! Golly, that stove is fabulous alone!! As for gift wrapping, I like it when the wrap is spectacular to match the gift! Whether it be a basket with goodies or handmade wrapping paper, it should bring a smile to the recipient as well as the gift! Loved all of your examples today doing just that!

  64. I love wrapping presents, it's my jam! I'm not very creative when it comes to wrapping, I just look for pretty papers, and I am a stickler for crisp corners and clean lines.

  65. Ever since I was little I loved to wrap presents with the curries ribbon that I could create…I thought it was the coolest trick that my mom ever taught me! Still love it today! 🙂

  66. Love tiny tags stamps & dies! They are at the top of my wishlist! Fabulous creations by all! I love to wrap gifts in pretty wrapping paper (if I have time I make my own) & tags I make with pretty ribbon.

  67. I love the tiny tags, especially when combined with the larger tags. I like to use wrapping paper that is cute. It makes me smile when I am doing my wrapping.

  68. I like to wrap presents in paper that reflects the theme of the present to see if the recipient recognizes the connection. and of course lots of ribbon and curly bows

  69. Cute stuff! I've become a fan of the easy way- wrap it in tissue paper and drop it in a gift bag. Easy to wrap, easy to take, easy to open and reusable.

  70. I love wrapping packages, I am a procrastinator though, so there are times I resort to cute gift bags. I love all your little gift bags, so awesome for little gifts!

  71. What an another amazing projects by the DT!!! Bravo!!! I confess! Lol!! I usually just buy gift bags and that's about it. I think this cute tags will definitely add and dress up my gift bag wrapping!! Hehe!!!

  72. OH my!!! I love all these cute tags and packages!!!!
    My favorite way to wrap a gift is using different kind of papers! For my last wrap I used the newspaper and then I addes a colorful ribbon and and handmade tag! I always use tags! I love them so much!

  73. I love all of those—there goes the budget! lol I love wrapping gifts–especially at Xmas..lol..I like making my own wrapping paper, and then using my stamps or stickers to accent the paper!

  74. My favorite way to wrap a gift really depends on the shape of the gift – but I love little fun pre-printed gift bags from Hobby Lobby with homemade tags by me and then wrapping boxier, bigger presents with wrapping paper and homemade tags and bows.

  75. These are GREAT! I love tags and lots of time have trouble finding says to go on them, but these are perfect! I like using a gift bag or box because they can be reused.

  76. I read the title of this post, and thought, "tags! that's been done already" and was very pleasantly surprised by the designs. Can't want to make handmade tags for all my gifts this holiday season…

  77. So many ideas for these Cute Cute tiny tags … I love to wrap my presents in kraft paper that has been hand stamped by my kids! They love to make their own wrapping paper designs. To complete our gifts I make a matching handmade cards. We have a lot of fun.

  78. I wrap my kids gifts in cheap cute paper, but I wrap special adult gifts in beautiful heavy paper and add a cute gift tag and/or an embellishment such as a leaf or jingle bell. Double-faced satin ribbon is luxurious!

  79. My favourite way to wrap presents is to use a die to put the little pressie in. I love the Lawn Fawn Candy Box die I bought last year, and this year the little stitched envelope dies (I just simply cannot get enough of those!!!!) I like to stamp an image all over the card stock or use patterned paper, and then add little tags and twine that match the card, so everything is perfectly matching! SO much fun!

  80. I can't say I love wrapping gifts in general- but if the box is a nice square or rectangle, I love wrapping it in cute paper and putting a lovely ribbon. I absolutely love these tiny tags- they are adorable!

  81. Aaaahhhh… that sheep-tag is tooo awesome! It's the nicest thing I've seen in a while. I LOVE IT!
    When I wrap presents I either go balistic with sort of american style glittery, gold, shiny, big bows and tiny baubles in the same color attached or I go classic using craft-colored paper, brown twine, wax seal and maybe add a sprig of pine tree to make is very rustic and old fashioned. Now I feel like I need these tags too… Wrapping gifts is one of my favorite things to do. Dunno why…

  82. I enjoy wrapping gifts. If I know the person very well, I would play a joke by wrapping multiple wrapping (most scraps)of girt wrap. You can make it small or big for the gift. It's fun! My sis and I do this every year. Just to see the end result sometimes it great.

  83. What fun projects yet again! Kraft paper, decorated with homemade tags, is my go-to gift wrapping approach. LOVE making tags! Seriously love!
    ~carol

  84. My favorite way to gift wrap is just the old fashioned way, using Christmas print paper that I like with a fun tag hanging from the bow. Love these projects and ideas!!

  85. I love putting gifts in boxes that do not match the shape or size of the gift so what's inside is a surprise, and of course wrapping, tagging and carding with coordinating papers and bows and handmade tags and cards 🙂

  86. I love putting gifts in boxes that do not match the shape or size of the gift so what's inside is a surprise, and of course wrapping, tagging and carding with coordinating papers and bows and handmade tags and cards 🙂

  87. I love wrapping paper (Hobby Lobby and Hallmark have the best!) for my packages and no bows or ribbon – don't want to cover up the terrific patterned paper.

  88. I love making great tags and wrapping with cute or pretty paper with a big bow on top. I also love wrapping small things in big boxes for miss direction on obvious things like dvds or video games. Fun!

  89. I love to hand wrap gifts. I only use bags when I don't have a box for oddly shaped items. We all learned at a young age how to wrap presents and make beautiful bows. I like to give gifts that look like a childhood dream from Macy's commercials and displays of old.

  90. I'm not very good at wrapping presents, but when I do I love using colorful paper with fun designs and ribbons. If I use a bag instead I like to include as much pretty tissue paper as I can.

  91. Such adorable and gorgeous creations! The tiny tags would be a really great set to buy, you could really use the tags all year long! My favourite way to wrap a gift is with wrapping paper and real material ribbon which I make into a great big beautiful bow, I love wrapping presents, I find it so relaxing and satisfying.

  92. I just ADORE all the projects today!! I'm an old fashioned wrapping paper, ribbon, tags/decorations…to me the best part of Christmas is seeing beautifully wrapped gifts under the tree (it really doesn't matter to me what's in them!)

  93. I like to wrap Christmas gifts in bright and cheery wrapping paper. So glad to see today's blog post because this year I plan on making gift tags using the Tiny Tags dies and Tiny Tags Sayings instead of using store bought ones.

  94. Oh, these 2 newbies are anything but tiny in their awesomeness!!! I want them both!!! 😀
    My favorite way to wrap a gift is still the good old fashioned way, pretty gift wrapping paper with all the trimmings–ribbon, a big bow and a beautiful tag all coordinated perfectly….all to be destroyed in a matter of seconds. Heh. 🙂

  95. I am a sucker for big beautiful bows on kraft paper with a cute tag! My Grandmother used to use the images off of the front of old Christmas cards for tags and I loved that! I think those tiny tags are headed onto my wish list!

  96. My favorite way to wrap a gift is with Beautiful paper, real fabric ribbon (not plastic or other kind Of fake material) and then as The cherry on top put a gorgeous and special tag around The bow. If possible I like to put a tiny piece Of some greenery next to The tag aswell. Kindly/Vanessa

  97. (Oh, my, but these tags are adorable!!!!)
    I usually concentrate on creating tags for the gifts because wrapping gifts is something my daughter will usually do for me (bless her heart!!!)

  98. These gift tags sure add something extra to a gift. I usually just wrap gifts in nice looking wrapping paper, and when it's double sided paper I do some folding to make it a little prettier.

  99. These are so adorable! I'm obsessed with wrapping papers and have a huge collection of it – live using wrapping paper and colourful bows to wrap my gifts. And little labels or tags are a must, too!

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