Hello there! It’s Lorrie here with a Halloween tag card. Halloween and Christmas are my two favorite cardmaking seasons. I wanted to do something a little different than a basic card.
I came up with this tag that was inspired by the absolute cutest birthday card I recently received from a super crafty friend.
This is simply several different types of tags layered together to create a lot of dimension and fun things to look at.
I just love interactive cards. They make you want to get in there and see what’s happening in there.
The first page is a clear page with some fun embellishments sewed right on the acetate.
Next we have a chevron tag with a simple owl/moon die cut. I adhered this delicate diecut to the tag with Liquid Fabric Fuse. Yes, that’s right.. FABRIC fuse. It is the perfect adhesive for paper projects, especially those tiny pieces. It has a very narrow tip which makes it easy to control the amount of adhesive going on your project. I’ll show you another place in this card I used it in a few more photos below.
The page below was made by using the Thermoweb Mini Dot Runner to adhere the 31, I added a couple of staples to make it interesting and the cat was adhered using Thermoweb 3D Foam Squares
The cute part of this card is that it is all tucked into a brown paper bag simply by sliding the tag down into the bag. The bag serves as an envelope.. (sort of).
Those cute glittery photo corners are Thermoweb Glitter Dust™ Black Nickel Glitter Photo Corners. I LOVE these!
Ready for the last page of the card? This is the tag that was tucked into the bag.
I used Thermoweb 3d Foam Squares to pop the pumpkins up and add dimension, the Thermoweb Sticky Dot Runner to add the Skeleton to the tag, and the Liquid Fabric Fuse to add the ring to the tag
That completes the tag card. Super simple to make and a great way to use scraps!