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Leah's February Tag

I am so completely smitten with all of Clear Scraps tags!
For February I have this gorgeous scallop Chipboard tag to work with.


I started off by adhering pattern paper to the tag and cut away the excess with a craft knife.


If you wish, Ink the edge of your tag with your favorite blending ink.


I then placed the new Dragonfly chipboard embellishment over top of the tag and spritzed them with Color Shine spray.


I did this to create some interest on the background of the tag, as well as coloring the Dragonflies for embellishments later on.


I then cut a piece of pattern paper 4" x 5", and folded three sides 1/4" on each side to create a pocket.


Adhere glue to the three folded sides and place on your tag.
Trim a piece of paper 1/2" thick and adhere to your tag, then trim it to fit the tag.
Add some lace above the pattern paper strip, and adhere your dragonflies to your tag.


I found it easy to do that using my tiny attacher stapler.

Add a personalized message and a piece of chocolate in the tag pocket, and you have a beautiful and yummy treat for a special valentine.


Supplies Used:

Clear Scraps Chipboard Tag
Clear Scraps Chipboard Dragonflies Embellishment
Heidi Swapp Color Shine
Beacons Zip Dry glue
American Crafts Rise & Shine Pattern Paper (Kylie & Ella)
Lace ribbon and cording (misc)
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher

Hope you have a fabulously LOVEly Valentine's Day!

Leah Crowe - Clear Scraps DT


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