Vintage Rudolph Gift Tags

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I liked the angel ornament I made a few years ago so much that I created Rudolph gift tags done in the same style...

Holiday recycled book ornament

My vintage designs for each ornament are the work of 

Holiday recycled book ornament

I began by tearing out a couple pages from a yellowed, old dictionary.

Holiday recycled book ornament

Using a large circle punch, I punched out 2 circles from card stock and attached them around the 2 newspaper cones, 
then flattened the cones.

Holiday recycled book ornament

I printed the Graphics Fairy Vintage Reindeer image
4 times onto a piece of card stock, then cut them out.

I glued the reindeer onto the circle punch and added 
a baker's twine loop for hanging. 

I used red glitter glue for the reindeer's nose and to trim out the book pages. 

Yellow glitter glue outlined the circle moon.

Holiday recycled book ornament

On the back I added a contrasting circle punch.

Holiday recycled book ornament

They make beautiful vintage gift tags that will look
beautiful on Holiday gifts!

Holiday recycled book ornament

Holiday recycled book ornament

or as place settings at the Holiday table

Holiday place settings

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  1. Adorable! I just printed some things off The Graphics Fairy the other day myself. Love that blog!


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