Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Halloween Tags

This week I was delighted to do a demonstration for Paper Artsy - I made a Halloween necklace and bracelets using the Tim Holtz Poinsettia die - you can see it here!  I do love this die and since then I've been playing around with it and making Halloween tags for gift bags for the adults - it doesn't seem fair that the children get all the treats!


I'm linking up with Julia over at WOYWW this week.

28 comments:

  1. Ooh, those are sooo fabulous! Very grown up and elegant in a spooky goth sort of way!
    I'm so sorry about not meeting up today...blooming cars :-(. I can't get into the garage until Friday either so am confined to barracks :-(
    I'll get another date organise soon...
    Hugs, LLJ 10 xxx

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  2. Wow Diana, these are just fabulous, what a great use for that damn flower which I only ever see in red! Now you know me though, you prolly realise that I'm prolly not going to wire up all the little yellow beads....!

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  3. Wow! Your work with that die is making me see it in a whole new way! I love the tags you've made. They are such sophisticated Halloween tags and so fantastic!

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  4. Those are really cool tags! Love them! zsuzsa #30

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  5. I thought the tags were amazing and then I clicked through to the Hallowe'en jewellery. Wow! Fantastic work.

    Fiona #43

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  6. They are just stunning!!! - off to look at the jewellery now x soojay 8

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  7. What gorgeous tags! Love those pretty flowers! Glenda #26

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  8. These are brilliant. I love Tim Holtz! I actually entered a Tim Holtz drawing yesterday. Sandy Leigh #36

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  9. I really like the second tag with the blue flower. Stunning!

    Suzanne
    #46 http://papercraftsbysuzanne.blogspot.com/

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  10. Very lucky adults. A gift bag as well as a mini work of art.

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  11. Your work is always so beautiful Diana and the colours here are lovely
    Lynn xx 12

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  12. Stunning tags - love the poinsettias :) Wishing you a great week. Elizabeth x #35

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  13. Gorgeous tags Diana. Black edging the orange is perfection.
    Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 19

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  14. Now THAT"S my kind of Halloween treat! Just beautiful.

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  15. Helps me get into the Halloween mood! Love the idea of using the poinsettia for dual purpose.

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  16. I love the tags you made! The flowers look beautiful!

    Greetings, Sofie #51
    http://sofies-succulent-beads.blogspot.be/

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  17. Gorgeous tags, Diana!! Helen #1

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  18. Oh wow, amazing looking tags!! Absolutely adore the backgrounds and what you did with those dies is stunning!! I love the addition of the beads etc, soooo clever!

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  19. Thanks for calling by at mine earlier. Your tags are stunning.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #6

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  20. Great imagination, using the poinsettia in a different way with different colours, and I do love those wired beads! Thank you for your lovely comment, and I shall soon be through this and hopefully getting more energy back again as time goes on! I am glad you like my colouring pages!

    Happy belated WOYWW,
    Shoshi #44

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  21. Love these!! Sure wish I could go Trick-or-Treating in your neighborhood! Absolutely beautiful, and love those beads!! I so admire your talent with the sewing/embroidery angles. xxx Lynn

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  22. Always gorgeous pics of your wonderful creations. Have a great week.
    sandra de @55

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  23. Oh I do love them both Diana, but the second one to me is the winner~

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  24. These are just beautiful! I'm quite behind on the blogs but I'm glad I came along to catch up on yours :) I love the continuation of your Night Garden series, and your Halloween poinsettias are just stunning.

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  25. These are beautiful.....

    Karen x

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  26. Amazing, particularly love the second flower with the wired beads. Orange and black never looked so good! Ruth x

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