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Winter Tag set

Hey, Clear Scraps friends. Leah here with you today sharing these adorable miniature tags using the Creating Made Easy Jan Q 2019 kit.

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From the kit, I used the modellier creme, Clear Scraps 6" raindrop heart mascil, Graphic 45 paper and Studio light paper.

I started by applying the modellier creme to the Studio light paper and set it aside to dry.

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Inside the graphic 45 paper pad is a tag template, cut that out.

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Once your stenciled paper dries, turn it over, and position your tag template on there and trace out the template.

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Cut just inside the traced lines, fold in half and decorate.

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Using the same template and different pattern paper, you can create different size tags.
For this one, we'll create a tag holder and insert.
Fold your paper in half, and align your template on the fold.

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Cut against part of the template, slide the template to the left, and finish cutting against the template.

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Glue the bottom and open side edge, leaving the top open to insert a tag.

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Trace half the template on another sheet of paper and cut out for your tag insert.

Decorate and voila!

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Using the technique as above, here's another tag. So easy and fun to give handwritten thank you notes.

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Leah Crowe

Products Used
Clear Scraps Creating Made Easy Jan Q Kit 2019: Graphic 45 paper, Studio Light paper, Clear scraps 6" raindrop heart stencil, Modellier creme, 12" bling
From my stash: Twine, Glue, Distress Oxide ink

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