Hello my creative friends! Last December I planned to create an Advent Calender using handmade sewing tags. It was just a couple of weeks before Christmas and I was super busy writing my Korean Craft Book and some of my tags were in the book. So unfourtunately I couldn’t finish my 24 handmade tags project. I finally finished my Advent Calendar at the last day of November! A round of pplause for myself. 🙂 These sewing tags are great as it is or as ornaments on your Christmas tree. I always try to add kids drawing or writing on my sewing project so theRead More →

  I finally finished 12th Christmas tag making. This is sneak peek of my advent calender. As soon as my hubby finish the board, I will hang them nicely and brag about it. 🙂   size is approx 2.5inch x 4inch. Draw a snowman on white felt. Draw a hat and a scar on red felt. Cut out  them and arrange on the tag fabric.   Hand stitch snowman, a hat and a scarf too.   Put the other fabric on top, a quit batting on the bottom, sew them together. Trim the seam.  Through the hole, reverse and close the hole by hand stitch.Read More →

        I am still into Christmas tag making. I will keep posting my ideas so please stay tunned. 🙂   *size is approx. 3inch x 5inch (without seam) I made a tag template with hard board paper. Then you are good to go endless tag making. 🙂   And I also draw a gingerbread man and a hat on a box paper and then trace them on the felt. Making a template is kind of a habit. You never know how many you want to make. Better safe than sorry, you know. 🙂   Hand stitch the gingerbread man on the linenRead More →

  Hello, Christmas is just around the corner. (sorry, Thanksgiving is not a big deal for a crafter. lol) I would like to share my Christmas tag idea with you today. You can use sewing machine like I did or hand stitch. Either way, you can create very warm and lovely gift itself. 🙂   size: 3inch x 4inch I made a hard board template to make multiple tags. You can never have enough tags, you know.   Cut out red and green circle which looks like yarns. Add basket too. Glue lightly  on T-shirt stash with school glue or Tacky glue. Glue on theRead More →