At the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Blog, the first Challenge this month is to Use Tags on Your Project. Here, above, are tags I made for my layout. I used chipboard pieces (one border I cut up for three tags), collage tape, trims, bling, brads, and findings! I cut the bottom of the tags for a pennant look.
|Sightseeing In Downtown Cleveland|
This layout features a few of the photos we took in downtown Cleveland this summer. We were there for my family's reunion picnic, so we stayed an extra day for sight-seeing. We did the museums already, but we didn't see some of the sights downtown. The photos are in the Arcade and Tower City Center (Terminal Tower).
I cut one of the stickers that said "Oh So Lovely" in half, and put it on either side of my middle photograph.
I used one of my handmade medallions between two Prima flowers. You can see I concentrated on layering on this layout. I know I have a lot going on, I am not a simple scrapper.
Here I layered the ric-rak, crocheted trim, and then added a gingham bow. I thought putting a brad through the middle would be cute. I had to use my crop-a-dile to make a hole for the brad.
It doesn't show well in the photo, but I used clear letter stickers to write "down town" between "in" and cleveland".
The tags as used on the layout.
Thanks for visiting me today!
I have been collecting other ideas for tags on Pinterest. I wish I had time to try more techniques and themes!
Tag Ideas from the Web:
- Beautiful tag and tutorial by Tammy Tutterow
- Mini Album for Tags
- Nancy Burke's 12 Days of Fall Tags (tutorials)
- Layout with 4 Tags and 2 Photos from Melissa Frances Blog
- Starbuck-style Coffee Cup Tags
- "Ten Things"--journal cards & tags to list 10 things I love, 10 people I love, 10 places I have visited, 10 people who have inspired me, 10 of anything...by 2gypsygirls
- Butterfly Tags on Tags
- Yarn Tags
- Yo-Yo Flower Tags
- Tag with Stamped Heart Garland
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