Friday, October 5, 2012

Halloween Tags with Hero Arts & American Crafts


Hi all! Kristina here with some Halloween tags. :)

For these tags, I combined some Hero Arts Halloween stamps from the You Scare Me stamp set, American Crafts Pumpkin Patch patterned paper, and yes, a Christmas stamp! I used one of the tag stamps from the Special Delivery set...


By covering the Christmas parts, you can use the tag shape for whatever you like! In this case, I made them into Halloween tags.

Since I didn't have a gray cardstock, I used a sheet of gray paper from Echo Park's Be Mine 6x6 pad and stamped Hero Arts' Envelope Liner background stamp. :)

And who can resist the opportunity to add some Googly Eyes? ;)






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16 comments:

  1. So many great ideas Kristina! Thanks for sharing :-D

    -Nicole

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  2. Adorable tags, just love them!!! thanks so much for sharing.

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  3. I really like your tags! They are so fun, and the eyes in the boo are a great touch. Love that you showed the paper can be used for other occasions like Christmas.. Good idea!

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  4. Adorable tags! Another great way to stretch your stamps.

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  5. These tags are so stinkin cute! Loooooove the envelope liner background! Thanks for the great idea.

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  6. Great tags, love the use of twine instead of ribbon

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  7. Wonderful tags. It is so great to see ways to use up some of our holiday specific items for other occasions. Thank you.

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  8. Oh my word...such a cute idea. Love the eyes! :)

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  9. Very cute. I'm all about repurposing and stretching things like this. And who doesn't like googly eyes?!?!?

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  10. Lots of great ideas, as always. I'm always looking for ways to use what I have instead of feeling like I have to buy new. I'm with you on the googly eyes -- they just make everything fun. Thanks for continuing to share your incredible talents (which are too numerous to mention). ;-)

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  11. Adorable tags and I really like what you've created! Those are awesome tag stamps :)

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