I created this halloween tag book for a swap that I am involved in.
I used many different papers, trims vintage ephemera, and images from digital prints
I pulled words and their meanings out of an old dictionary (1944) That little rub-on spider looks so real, that I kept trying to kill it or brush it away when I would come across it again.
I copied some quotes from old vintage postcards and halloween greetings.
I also used some Alice in Wonderland halloween images from Graphics 45
The tiny little ghosts were cut from my trusty quickutz dies. Does anyone else still use their's still? I do use mine still for certain projects and have always appreciated having a quickutz. Love my cricut expression too, cause I cut all the chipboard tags with it. It is so great to have all these wonderful tools to use in our paper crafting.
There were 20 pages, (10 tags front and back. I put them all together with a clamp ring and tied ribbons to it. Wish I would of made two so that I could of kept one.
And this is the back cover.