Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Christmas tags

A friend of mine asked me if I could create 150 tags for the homeless gift exchange that she is in charge of at our church. This is what I came up with. My kids & I had so much fun doing these. It doesn't show up to well in the pic but these have stickles on them & bling to make them sparkle.  I think I'm going to do a tag workshop before Christmas.


  1. I had a few ladies tell me they couldn't post comments. so I'm trying it myself.

  2. Hi Sonya,
    Looks like a great start on you blog! You asked a couple of questions on the bulletin board so I thought I'd attempt an answer.
    First, to get the tabs (or pages) at the top of my blog, you click on "design" at the top of your blog. Then you click on "add a gadget"
    One of the available gadgets is "pages"
    Click that.
    Then choose the format you want (at the top or on the side)
    Then click "add a page" to start.

  3. I'm trying to figure out how to show you how to create a link to the retired list but every time I do it merely creates a link instead of showing you how. To create a link, you first go to the edit html tab that is at the top of your post block (when you are creating a post) Then you use this format:

    Between the quotation marks you would paste your web address. For example, if you want the retired list, click on my link and then copy the web address. Paste it between the quotation marks.
    between these symbols >< you would type the name of the link. For example >retired list<

    I hope that makes sense!
    Happy linking!
    Marie at Isom Cre8tions

  4. Ugh, it doesn't show the format.
    Hmm. I will try one more time! It all goes in a straight line but it won't let me post that here so I am going to do it on different lines and see if it works.

    It won't take it that way, either. If you e-mail me, I will see if I can send you the format in an e-mail.