Tag Flip Book with the Tag Punch Board

Hey friends! Paige Evans here with a new tag flip book created with the Tag Punch Board.

Check out this start-to-finish process video to see how this tag flip book came together:

To begin, I grabbed the Tag Punch Board and 8 floral papers from my new Go the Scenic Route collection. I trimmed the papers into random-sized rectangles ranging from 3×5″ to 2 1/4×3″ and everything between!

Using the Tag Punch Board I angled the top edges to complete the tag shape and then used the included punch piece to make a hole through the top centers. For added interest I used a hole punch to make the hole bigger and then used the Hole Reinforcer Punch to make a little ring to adhere around the holes – not only does this help reinforce the hole to withstand wear-and-tear, it also adds a fun pop of color to each tag!

To add extra texture I used a sewing machine and white thread with a basic running stitch and stitched around all of the edges. Then I switched the thread and bobbin to a silver thread and added zig zag stitching to a lot of the edges.

Time for embellishing! I didn’t add any photos to this tag flip book, but I did add lots of positive affirmations and sentiments so that it brings a smile to my face as I turn through all of the tags.

I used chipboard stickers, floral die cuts, puffy stickers, and banner paperclips to embellish each of the tags as shown.

I hope you are inspired to pick up the Tag Punch Board so you can quickly and easily create your own tags and mini flip book! Thanks for stopping by today!

Tag Punch Board
Hole Reinforcer Punch
Paige Evans “Go the Scenic Route”

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