Recently I was asked to provide a small table gift for a fundraising event for Thanksgiving Point, a family-oriented organization that I work with. I decided to give a cello bag with one small stamp and a Stampin’ Spot. (They needed 350, so I had to keep it pretty simple!)
But, of course, I couldn’t just give the bag. It’s all about presentation, you know, so each bag needed a cute tag. I decided to take a look at our incentive stamps for the gift bag and the tag, because you get a lot of the same size stamps (and diverse art) for a very reasonable price.
When I saw all the images we have, I went bananas! I hadn’t really looked at our incentive stamps in awhile.
Ultimately, I went with a pretty simple tag.
But here are some other ideas for tags as well. These were too complicated to reproduce 350 times, but they were too cute not to share.
If you’re like me and haven’t checked out our incentive stamps, you definitely should take a look. As we’re focusing more on the workshop, there are lots of ways you can use these great little stamps to help accomplish your workshop goals! (That sounds like a commercial for incentive stamps, doesn’t it? Smile.)
Also—several of you have asked about sending Leslie a card. I’m sure she would love that! Just send your card to Stampin’ Up! (12907 South 3600 West, Riverton, UT 84065), to my attention, and I’ll be sure to hand-deliver them to Leslie. Thanks so much for thinking of her!