If you’re hopping with the Make It Monday Blog Hop, WELCOME! You probably came from seeing, Connie‘s sparkly Halloween tags. Read through for the other blogs in today’s hop.
Several times a year, one of my online groups does tag swaps. The Halloween one is a favorite. We make and mail three tags and will receive three in return. It’s always fun to see the different styles! At first, I thought I would create digi tags. I was inspired by two headlines that I’ve seen in blogs and on Pinterest:
Bring on the BOOs
To get started, I opened an 8 ½ x 11 project that I have just for these kinds of activities. Here’s a screenshot of what I created.
I basically looked at whatever digi-supplies I had in a Halloween Theme. I chose to use a variety of products rather than ones from the same designer or kit. Once I layered each tag, I grouped everything together and saved each tag separately as a jpg. I ordered 4×6 prints from my local CVS because my printer didn’t like the all black background and the quality was too poor for my liking. I fussy cut the tags and felt like they needed more.
I also wanted more crafty time this week so I pulled out my Gelli Plate and made a few prints on carboard and embossed paper (all scraps). I also wanted to play with my new Tim Holz Shattered stencil and fabric paste. Although they ended up under the tags, I loved the effect!
I added some bling and now I have to decide which one to send…. Shucks – I’m sending both! Happy Halloween!
If you’re hopping along with the Make It Monday Blog Hop, your next stop is Kristie who will show you some ideas for Halloween home decor.
Here are all the posts in today’s Make It Monday Blog Hop- Enjoy.
Beth is sharing how to make a Rosette Wreath with just a scor board and some pretty paper
GinaZee is using paper from an interstate move to make fall tags.
Connie’s sharing some spooky and sparkly Halloween tags, perfect add on for Ghostess gifts!
Kristie’s sharing a mixed media piece for Halloween decor. Make it as spooky or cute as you want!
Melissa’s scrapping halloween.
Alice has a creative title lettering technique that will make your Halloween layout title extra spooky!
Jen’s sharing a free pumpkin themed template to make a quick & fun layout..