Thinking that sentiment is from SU, the blue diecut snowflake is an spellbinders die, with an K&Co. sticker on it.
also bought a package of smaller gift bags at M's and decided to rub some walnut ink tint (bought this at an CK convention maybe 7 or 8 or 9 years ago, luckily it still works lol) into it for the heck of it. this bag is empty. its big enough to hold say movie tickets or a gift card. etc.
felt ribbon from M's ( this year ) is attached to the sack with red liner double sided tape.
That is an dollar bin sentiment ( this year probably M's) the paper flowers are either Prima or CTMH, dont remember they are sorted by color in old canning jars in my room.
Now this is something new, a while back I won and 20.00 Ippity gift card challenge making a tag card and this is one of the sets I ended up choosing ( gingham Christmas greetings)
another something New to me, this deer is from the paper and such set deer dad. with some SU & Hero Arts sentiments.
These SU ornaments that were a gift in last years wish rak Christmas exchange from MommaPatti, they are heat embossed in silver on Night of Navy then punched, added a Hero Arts rhinestone that Jan gave me a long time ago, tied some May Arts irridescent cord around the tops and these are up on pop-dots. Sentiments also from SU.
I know that sentiment is from an old su set called happy winter but, not sure if that snowman is too. ( I have a whole bunch of SU snowmen and they all hide in the same box together anymore) :)
the double colored twine is not the twinery kind and ... its too soft to want to stay tied in a knot, it unties it self. so tide these many times.
thinking that is a Judi Kins ( lure ) and the sentiment is maybe Inky Antics Maybe Art Impressions ( not sure at the moment ) versafine and copics.
Elzybells sentiment with Tim Holtz Santa, vintage buttons. walmart hemp string. the tag was sprayed with some walnut ink spray and tattered angels glimmer mists. edges of the sentiment tag were rubbed with colorbox cream brown fluid chalk ink.
Trimmed this tag to be about 5 inches in height ( it was closer to 8) the "brown" seambinding is natural color sprayed with various walnut inks and glimmer mists.