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31 Tags of Halloween: Day 17

I woke up so tired this morning and feeling icky. Thinking I have a kidney stone or something...let's leave it at that. Anywho, I'm really grateful that I had the sense to leave all of my supplies in my tote bag because I had no ideas for a card. I flipped through my Tim Holtz Seasonal Salvage Stickers and decided to use a couple of them. There are barely any photos today but I'll give supplies, etc.

Supplies I used are a tag, Distress Ink in Crushed Olive and Black Soot, Tim Holtz Halloween paper stash, two stickers, Glossy Accents, and ribbon.


First, I inked the entire tag in Crushed Olive. I cut out a strip of paper with ravens on it and then edged it in Black Soot and the tag. I punched out the hole with a standard hole punch and glued it to the tag with Glossy Accents.

Next, I edged the Halloween sticker in Black Soot and added Glossy Accents to the back of it to keep it in place on the tag. I added it vertically on the green side.

When that dried, I edged the treat bag sticker in Black Soot and added Glossy Accents as well.

Once everything was dry, I added my ribbons. Now that I'm looking at it closer, I think I might swap them out. I got a really neat glittery orange velvet ribbon at the craft store and I think it might look better than the green and black.


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