On page 56 of the Holiday Catalog, you will find the Tags Tags Tags Stamp Set and the coordinating Trio of Tags Dies.Whoever designed these were brilliant. Ink up the stamp, place the three connecting dies over it and put it through a die cutting machine. Ta-da! Three tags cut out and ready to use. I love the versatility of having three holidays (Halloween, Christmas and Valentine's Day) in one stamp set. And, you bargain hunters can save 10% by purchasing the stamp set and dies together in a bundle!
I decided to go outside the box and use only the Tags Tags Tags Stamp Set on today's project, along with the Monster Bash Designer Series Paper.
A book lovers, non-frightening Halloween card!
Card Base: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Basic Black Cardstock, scored at 4 1/4".
First Layer: 3" x 4" Monster Bash Designer Series Paper. On the backside of the paper, place a piece of Tear & Tape Adhesive at the top. Place a 3" piece of the Terracotta Tile 1/2" Scalloped Linen Ribbon over the adhesive. Now adhere the paper to the Card Base.
Second Layer: Scrap of Soft Suede Cardstock. Place a scalloped Oval Layering Die on the cardstock and put through a die cutting machine. Attach with Dimensionals.
Third Layer: Scrap of Terracotta Tile Cardstock. Place an Oval Layering Die on the cardstock and put through a die cutting machine.
Fourth Layer: Scrap of Crushed Curry Cardstock. Stamp the sentiment in Black Memento Ink on the cardstock. Place an Oval Layering Die on the cardstock and put through a die cutting machine.
Inside Layer: 3 3/4" x 5" Terracotta Tile Cardstock.
The final touch is to add two Rhinestone Basic Jewels to the sentiment.
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What have I been doing this week? Monday, we had our youngest grandgirl for the day. She hung out in my studio, getting her fill of art time, while I was doing last-minute prep for my October events. It was also the end of the month and end of the year for Stampin' Up!, so I had plenty of things to finalize. Tuesday, I attended a demonstrator friend's stamping fundraiser for breast cancer research. Wednesday was my Stamp Therapy class. This afternoon's challenge is to get my new computer up and running. Last week, my computer's hard drive died, so I've been limping along using my old laptop. I hope your week has been going well! Have a terrific Thursday!!!