This tag turned out so cool! There were many, many "oopsie" moments, as always, but I'm happy with it!
Supplies used include Tim Holtz Halloween paper stash and ephemera, brads, and stars. I used Distress Ink in Carved Pumpkin, Walnut Stain, and Black Soot and my Distress Marker in Black Soot too. Glossy Accents was my glue of choice and I typed up all of the text and images and printed them out on regular printer paper. There was one piece of Tim Holtz Collector Layers I used because the paper was a nice heft.
I grabbed the scrap of striped paper and traced a circle onto the backside of it and cut it out. Next I folded the circle in half then then rotated the paper and folded it in half again. I repeated until I had eight wedges. I used a pen to mark the lines.
I removed the original spinner from the paper and glued it to my new polka dotted circle. Once the glue dried, I poked a hole in the center and added the strip of paper to the back. I added Glossy Accents all around the back of that paper strip, leaving a circle clear around the brad and then placed it onto the tag.
I dry fitted the top tag over the see where I needed to add my printed images. Satisfied that they were well-hidden, I glued them in place with Glossy Accents. Once it was dry, I added Carved Pumpkin and then Black Soot inks. I also edged the original tag, the spinner, and the striped tag with Black Soot ink.
A bit of orange jute finished off the tag. I added the star with Glossy Accents to balance out the tag.
I'll have a video of the spinner in action on my Carey Bee Crafts Facebook page. Hope you enjoyed this tag and want to steal the inspiration. It sure will be weird not lugging a bag of craft supplies with me to work and crafting in the dark before work starts...I'll be able to take a real lunch break too. Whatever will I do with myself??? Plan for next Halloween, of course!