Tara's Craft Studio

Paper Crafting Projects

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Double Tag Cards

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Hi! Double Tag cards are so fun and one of my favorite card styles. These pull-out tags can be used for bookmarks or recipe cards, and the decorating possibilities are endless. I’ve posted a birthday card along with two Christmas cards using this card style. These cards are also posted on Pion Deisgn’s Blog here.

BASIC INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Take a 12″ x 12″ piece of sturdy card stock and cut it to 12″ x 11″. Score at 5″ and 10″ down the 11″ side. Score at 5 7/8″ and 6 1/8″ down the 12″ side.

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2. Now cut out the small center piece as shown.

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3. Fold the card in half and take a die and center it on the card with the 1″ section as shown and cut.

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4. Fold the card as shown and line up and adhere the 1″ section to the bottom of the card.

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5. Cut two tags measuring 4 3/4″ x 7″ to insert into the pockets.

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Best wishes for a great weekend! Tara

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Tag Album with card

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Hello! This tag album is handmade from chipboard and decorated using Pion Design’s newest holiday paper collection “Glistening Season.” The matching card uses a Spellbinders 5X7 Mystical Embrace die for the base. These projects can be found on Pion Design’s November 1 blog post here.

Hoping everyone has a great Autumn day!
Tara

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Paris Spring Easel Cards

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Hello! These cards are being featured on the Pion Design blog today here. A pocket was added to these Spring easel cards to hold tags and notes. I used Pion Design Palette for the base of the card and for all the die cuts and then used the lovely Paris Flea Market to cover the cards. The edges of the card were decorated with a Spellbinders die called “Flourish Trim” adding a fancy finish to the cards. Many wishes for a happy day!
Tara