How to create Handsomely Suited Gift Tags!

Stampin' Up! Handsomely Suited Gift Tags by Helen Chapman Handmade Crafts

As you may know by now the Stampin’ Up! January – June 2021 Mini Catalogue is on its way! As a demonstrator I have been able to pre-order some of the fabulous products which is really exciting. I’ll be sharing them with you as much as possible so that you can decide which ones are for you and give you some ideas to get you started.

Today I want to share a couple of Handsomely Suited Gift Tags! These projects feature products from the upcoming Well Suited Suite. The Suite consists of the Handsomely Suited Stamp Set, Suit & Tie Dies (save 10% by purchasing as a bundle!), Well Suited Designer Series Paper (DSP) and Well Suited Twine Combo Pack.

Let’s make them… Handsomely Suited Gift Tags

Start by creating the base tag. For this you will need a piece of cardstock measuring 5 x 10 cm. Shape the tag using the Scalloped Tag Topper Punch. In the first example I have used Basic Black cardstock. In the second example I have used Whisper White Thick cardstock follow by a piece of the DSP.

Use the dies to cut out the collar (in the appropriate cardstock or DSP) and adhere to the tag using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

In the first example I have stamped the tie onto Smoky Slate ink in Memento Tuxedo Black ink. This is cut out using the coordinating die. Stamp the sentiment onto Smoky Slate cardstock and cut out using the Classic Label Punch. The word ‘handsome’ is from one of the larger sentiments in the Handsomely Suited so I masked off the rest of the sentiment before stamping. This label is then adhered to the tag using Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.

In the second example I have cut out the buttons from Seaside Spray cardstock and adhered them to the ‘shirt’ using Multipurpose Liquid Glue. The sentiment is stamped in Night of Navy ink onto Seaside Spray cardstock and cut out using the Classic Label Punch. The label is adhered to the tag using Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.

The ribbons I have used are the Crinkled Seam Binding Ribbon (which I have coloured using the Dark Basic Black Stampin’ Blends Marker) and the Night of Navy Ribbon from the Playing With Patterns Ribbon Combo Pack.

What do you think to my Handsomely Suited Gift Tags?

I hope you enjoyed finding out how to make these Handsomely Suited Gift Tags. I’m sure you are going to love this Suite – the DSP is full of gorgeous patterns just perfect for making these cute little shirts, suits and ties!

If you have any questions or comments (or photos of your projects), please leave them below or email me at

Would you like to create these tags? You can purchase any of the supplies used (or any other current Stampin’ Up! products) by clicking here or on the individual product links below. Don’t forget that some of these products are not available to purchase (unless you are a demonstrator) until 5th January 2021 so they will not be listed.

If you don’t have a copy of the current Stampin’ Up! Catalogues, you can request them here.

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Happy crafting, h x

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Author: Helen

After 15 years working in the NHS I decided it was time for a change. Helen Chapman Handmade Crafts began in 2017, selling cards and gifts at local craft fairs. In 2018, I also became an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator which allows me to share my passion for papercraft with others via workshops and other events.

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