TalkingTags with Bo Bunny
! Tags are one of those versatile embellishments that can serve so many purposes. They can be simple embellishments, journaling spots or even a place to put an extra picture or two.
For this layout, I decided to use them to tuck away the details about this picture. The question of placement was solved by putting them along the edges. Instead of just tucking them underneath the center sheet of paper, I decided to stitch along the front to make pockets. My favorite part of this idea? The stitches added another design element. It works perfectly, too! The tags pull right out from between the layers.
Out On a Limb
This layout was made with the fun and fabulous Ad Lib collection. I thought that it went really well with this funny photograph. The one getting strangled is my son... he deserved it, too! :) We took this picture in the park with a huge group of kids. Even though they were seniors in high school, there was just no way that they could resist climbing this old and HUGE tree! They had a blast!
You can see how the pockets were made in these close-ups. I used my Cricut to make different tag shapes and added a bit of Double-Dot ribbon.
Supplies Used: Ad Lib Collection Paper Stripe, Verbiage and Scribbles. Ad Lib 12x12 Chipboard, Layered Chipboard, Dimensional Stickers, Noteworthy, Life's Good Stickers and Buttons. Double-Dot in Coffee Dot.
Other Supplies: Pink Paislee Holly Doodle Alphabet and DMC Floss.
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