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Halloween Gift Tag

Have you been playing along with us this month and sharing your tag art?  Today I have a gift tag project that really holds a gift card.


To make this tag gift card, you need two tags and two pieces of card stock.  I made a hinge to hold the tags together by measuring the distance along the straight edge of the tag by 2 inches wide.  I used my Scor Board to make sure the fold is perfectly centered and straight.


I used ScorTape to hold the hinge and cards together with a touch of white glue for stability.


I cut the pocket freehand.  These tags are 3 1/2 inches wide, so I made the front of the pocket 3 1/4 inches, PLUS a half inch extra for folding on the back.  This was also attached with ScorTape and little bit of white glue.


I covered the front tag and the front of the pocket with Corazonitos Sabor paper.  It's a really pretty black and gray swirl pattern that's great for Halloween.


I chose some of my favorite Halloween collage images from the Altered Pages web site and this wonderful crow is a Bazzill embellishment.


I attached a Bazzill border and collages to camouflage the hinge that's glued in side.  You could create a liner to hide it, as well.  Fibers were added to both of the tags for a little flair.  The space on the bottom of the front tag was purposely left blank to write a little note and sign the card.


Scan of front

Scan of inside


Here is what you can join the fun!  
Create a tag, any size, any medium and post your tag on our Facebook page.  Win GIVEAWAYS of tags, stamps & ??
Share your art and win some cool stuff. We will have 5 winners.
We will showcase your tags here on the blog and on social media. One tag per day gets you a prize drawing entry and if you use any Altered Pages products you get two entries into the drawings.
To make it REALLY great for you, any mail-able order we receive through 9-22-2017, will have 5 assorted tags added for FREE.


PRODUCTS USED:
Julie Nutting Prima watercolor paper tags
Corazonitos Sabor paper
Ivory card stock
Adhesive tape and glue
Creasing tool

Bazzill Edgers
Decorative fibers
Mystery collage
Spooky Halloween collage
Halloween of the 50s collage
Vintage Halloween collage




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