Monday, March 17, 2014

How to Make Beautiful, but Easy Scrapbook Tags

Evenin All
 It's Glen here tonight sharing with you some easy, but beautiful scrapbook tags. I've been working on these all week and waiting for the weather to turn cold again this Monday. But the spring is coming so I have made a nice tag using Tim Coffey papers and the Best Glue Ever!

 I used the Best Glue Ever and the No-Clog Writing Cap to adhere the leaves over the background leaves to give it dimension and the same procedure for the Ladybug. Note: take care of the Ladybugs and they will take care of your garden. I might turn this into a tag album or a series of tags. But whatever I choose I will be using ScraPerfect products to put it together.

 Now the second tag I made is an oversize tag that I colored months ago, I decided to make use of it now that I was on a tag tear so I used the unusual color scheme to do a Steampunk tag off the beaten path of the common colors used by most

 This one features many different elements, tape, stamps, products from several major stamp art manufacturers The tape was reinforced with the Best Glue Ever and the back of the tag I used it to hold down the metal tabs of the embellishments. This tag also features my notoriously bad ability with ribbon and in this case jute cord. But it's cable like look is perfect with the theme of this red/green/gun-metal industrial tag with it's nod to the builders of the modern world.

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