Don't these ornament/tags look extremely time-consuming to make? Surprise, because of the Spellbinders die that I purchased from HM Ben Franklin Crafts, I was able to whip these up in minutes. It's super easy to make them festive if you use cardstock with glitter and/foil (the DCWV 6x6 pads are perfect for these ornaments. I would recommend using the glitter cardstock for the backing only because it is a tougher cardstock which makes the intricate cuts difficult. I like the plain foil in the front because the little impressed dots show up well. Somehow the blue ornament looks smaller than the red and green one....perhaps because I was trying to angle the photo to avoid a glare....they are really exactly the same size. I chose to make the largest pinwheel-like star in the die set because there is room on the back to write a message. I put just a drop of 3 in 1 Beacon glue at the tip of each point to fasten the two parts and attach the ribbon hanger. I really, really love this pop-up die cut because it can be sent flat and the recipient can fluff it up .....better than a bow...it's a bow and tag in one! Although I am finished wrapping gifts for this year, I'm going to make a batch of these for next year (great to have some things done early) and hang some on my tree for this year. Oh, I just thought of something neat....these would make great fancy Christmas cards.....wonder how they would look with printed glitter or flocked cardstock.....gotta go and try this idea out! See ya later!