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!