My blog Christmas Card Challenge this month is Accent Tags. I had decided I wanted the tags to be the central greeting for the card. I checked my Christmas paper 12x12 tray and found one sheet of Designer Paper I thought I could work with. I found Kraft card stock matched the tree branches. Check. I created my own tags. I designed them in my graphics package and added red letters on them. Then I started wondering how I could have them fit in. I did a bit research and found I could add a custom image to my pattern fill. So I acquired a bit of the DP with the scanner and filled my tags with it. I gave them dark brown borders. I added a short piece of red gross grain ribbon to the top held in place with a black brad (did not have dark brown ones). I trimmed the ends in points. These were printed on the color printer then hand cut one at a time. I rubbed the white cut edges with a dark brown ink pad. That made them look better. I cut a 3x5.5" strip of DP and glued it across the landscape card. I found some card stock in red to match the berries in the DP. I placed a 1.25" strip of that over the DP. I mounted the greeting tags to the card front mounted with 3D foam tape. Very happy with these ones. 1 sheet of 12x12 allowed me 8 cards.