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My first project is a spider-ific tag I made.
I used a manila tag, adhered vintage text pages, and trimmed the excess. I sprayed it with Kraft Glimmer Mist and embossed just the left edge with an Anna Griffin embossing folder (April Garden). My "sandwich" going through my machine was a bit too much, and curled the edge of the paper. But you know what? Turns out I really liked the frilly edge it gave. So I kept it and highlighted the design with Black Soot distress ink.
I also used the Kraft mist on the small doily that I first applied a very light coat of gesso to.
Next, I trimmed a piece of print paper and adhered that to the right edge of the tag, edging the tag with Black Soot distress ink. I then adhered half of the doily to the top and the web ribbon through the hole.
After stamping "Eeeeek!" and embossing with black embossing powder, I used an edge punch to cut out the label shape, distressing the edges and adhering with foam tape.
Last, I die cut the hanging spider with a Tim Holtz die (Candlelight Fright) and shaped the spider with my fingers to give some dimension. I then glued the web at the top of the tag, allowing my spider to move about as needed.
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