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31 Days of Halloween - Day 10 Stamp it Tag it

 Hope you are having fun blog hopping ! Here is a tag I created using Smeared Ink stamp on a tag. I used Distress ink to stain the back and front and added some washi tape. I colored in the Li'l Grumpie stamp with Big brush pens These are awesome!  I also have here some pattern paper with string for a banner. 
I added some black ribbon to top it off. Easy and cute!! 
Enjoy the hop and your Spook on!

Happy Creating 


  1. EEK! How cute! Love that Grumpie and the homemade banner. xxD

  2. He has his own mini banner! How cool is that!

    1. Cute as a button!

  3. What fun Halloween Washi! Great tag with an Grumpie that is ready to par-tay!

  4. Another great Grumpie. I totally feel like this today..:) Love that banner.

  5. Melanie, I love your Grumpie tag - the colors, the little banner - great!

  6. Love your tag and the Grumpie image!!

  7. Gorgeous Tag!!! love the colours and the grumpy! mo x

  8. Hehehe! Fabulous lil grumpie tag, love the bright toxic!

  9. What a cute tag. Love how you colored the grumpie. Your little banner is what really caught me eye. Great work!

  10. what a cute tag- the grumpie is so fun and well colored!

  11. Fun little grumpie, great tag!

  12. Love your 'grumpy' tag!! Fabulous colours! Mo x


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