Wednesday, September 07, 2016
Happy Wednesday!!! It's Pam today on the Craftwell Blog. I am sharing my Lost Zombie Pencil/Book Mark Tag....who wouldn't love a fun pencil as a part of a Halloween Treat along with a tag to use as a book mark?
Using two "A" plates and the Cut N' Boss die cut tags using mat board and pattern paper.
Die cut mixed media die from pattern paper using two "A" plates, "B" plate, metal shim and platform.
Run pattern paper tags through Xyron Creative Station or use your favorite adhesive.
Adhere pattern paper tags to mat board tag.
Die cut Twisted Edge from pattern paper using two "A" plates, "B" plate, metal shim and platform.
Adhere behind tag.
Ink pattern paper with distress ink. Die cut using Gothic Gate die along with the two "A" plates, "B" plate, metal shim, platform and Cut N' Boss.
Adhere gothic gate to bottom of tag front.
Die cut Lost Zombie from mat board and different pieces of pattern paper using the two "A" plates and Cut N' Boss.
Ink pattern paper zombie with distress ink.
Wrap twine around metal of pencil. Add pencil to side of prepared tag. Add small skull to top of eraser with stick pin.
Adhere inked zombie and clothes to mat board zombie. Add to top of prepared tag with pop dots.
Adhere word sentiment from pattern paper behind label mat board. Die cut pattern paper from tag die; adhere to top of mat board label. Add brads place to top of prepared tag.
Fussy cut two bugs from pattern paper; adhere together with pop dots. Adhere to front of tag.
Add ribbon ties to top of prepared tag.
Wrap small jar with twine, add metal skull bones to front. Wrap twine around top of prepared jar. Attach to ribbon with metal clip.
I hope I have inspired you today to grab some of your favorite dies and create a few fun pencil/book markers for your favorite peeps. Thanks for stopping by the Craftwell Blog today. Hugs Pam
Craftwell Cut N' Boss
Sizzix Lost Zombie
Sizzix Twisted Edge
Sizzix Gothic Gate
Sizzix XL Tag
Tim Holtz Regions Beyond Paper Stash Pad
Distress Ink: Seedless Preserves and Shabby Shutter