Fall will soon be upon us and what a better time to make a few “Scrapling cards” to have handy. The base of this card is mixed media paper that I coffee stained. On one card pattern paper was used. The other has recycle corrugated cardboard (which I prefer.) Then I layered digital tags I found on Etsy and printed out at home. They were then decorated with some stamps, paper punch leaves (chalked), and buttons. Super easy!
Today, I am sharing this simple little Mini Tag Fold out. I used mini tags that were digital to create this project and printed them. Then Distress inks were added to the edges. I scored a piece of card stock allowing space between folds.
Then the tags were placed on each section (there were four.) I added bits of torn hymnal music and decorated each tag with a Tim Holtz paper doll. Finishing touches were tiny mother of pearl buttons glued on and vintage seam binding tied at the top. Super easy!
Today, I am sharing something from the 2011 archives and a project called the 12 Days of Whimsy. You can click on more projects on the side bar of this blog.
These little tags are super easy and make adorable tie on to any gift. They would also be darling hung on a tree or garland. There are so many Paper Whimsy faces you can select to take center stage. Just print them out, glue and viola instant Christmas spirit.
I have added vintage lace, mother of pearl buttons, and small silver snowflakes using E6000 to each tag. I then tied seam binding ribbon at the top.
I found some time to create a little tag the other afternoon and decided to use this little one. The background papers are a mixture of Tim Holtz and other brands. I added some stamped and printed ephemera, foam snowflake embellishments, and seam binding ribbon at top.
Enjoying a few lovely days until the gloom of winter arrives! I wish fall was much longer then it is!