Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Halloween Tags by Nicecrane Designs

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I'm back today with more Halloween projects featuring Halloween Tags by Nicecrane Designs. One of the many benefits of working with digital images is that you can customize them to fit your crafting need and storage is a breeze. I imported my tags into Word and sized them to fit on my die cut rosette which I backed with a lacey circle die by Spellbinders. I used a standard circle large die also by Spellbinders to die cut my tag image and putting my medallion together was a snap. It also helped that I found these delightful treat boxes by Martha Stewart on sale because I'm in the process of putting a rather large Halloween goody basket together for the residents at my mom's nursing home. Now my biggest hurdle is making sure I keep the sugar free (for diabetic patients) boxes separate from the regular candy. ;)
Here's another photo featuring a second tag in the set and a preview sheet that shows all five. I love the shadow effect on the lettering and images and in the stamping world that is something hard to do. Sometimes it turns out like we want it to and sometimes it doesn't. (I know from experience lol.)

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I'm playing along with the following challenges:

Thanks for taking a look and I do hope you'll pop in the online store by clicking here. You will not be disappointed and with Christmas around the corner you're guaranteed to find beautiful images to work with.
Happy Crafting Everyone!


Nicecrane Designs said...

Wowwww Lisa, your medallion looks great over this amazing Treat Box,,,love the colors and all over the dice cuts you used to place my funny Tags.......horayyyyy for Lisa and HAPPY HALLOWEEN,,,,,,,,applauses.

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Such pretty tags Lisa! Love the fan fold embellishment!

Chrissy said...

These are fabulous Lisa, I love the medallions, and love the rosette and die behind..gorgeous.


Anne-Elise said...

Gorgeous Halloween creations, Lisa!! Fab work! Hugs

butterfly said...

Fabulous festive treat boxes (look a bit like our Christmas crackers) - love the layered stamp, rosette and die-cut!
Alison x

Janny Jager 't Hooft said...

Wowwwwwwwww Lisa this is great.
Lovely idea the terat boxes.
Love it.

Greetings Janny

Lucia said...

These are really cute Lisa! The tags look clean and neat, i like it! And i like how you used them. Lovely :)))

Tracy said...

Your boxes look fantastic Lisa. They'll be quite a treat for the patients. Hugs!

Lisa M said...

Can I just act like a silly little girl for a minute and get all giddy on your blog? OMGosh, these are INCREDIBLE L1. Love the raffia tied ends and the tags with a rosette AND a scalloped backing too. You've been a busy little bee and WOWWEE doesn't it show! These are so adorable and OMG...please don't mix the candy up! ;) That is such a sweet thing for you to do. Makes me love them EVEN more.
hugs to you my friend,

Melisa Waldorf said...

FABULOUS treat container!! So cute! Have a blessed weekend. Melisa

Lucy Patrick said...

I love your medallions Lisa and they look fantastic on those boxes! They are gorgeous stamps too. XOX Lucy

Margaret said...

GASP!!! These are fabulous!!!! I love that dotty paper and your labels look wonderful on them! The residents are going to adore these!! Such a sweet thing to do!!
Thanks for the tip on using word to resize them. I never thought of going that route, but it might just be a lot quicker!

Niknak said...

Awesome Project. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls Challenges!!

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