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Altered Corkboard Fall/ Halloween Tag

Featuring my third tag, part of the Four Seasons tags that are on my inspiration board.  I really enjoyed making this tag.  Are you shocked!  I've never made a tag so loaded with goodies. 

This time the Rickety House went spooky with all my halloween treats.  There's alot to check out in this loaded tag so lets get started.

Check out my webbing.  I tried to get the light to hit the strings of webbing {hot glue strings} and it's criss crossed all over the tag. 

Loaded all around the fence are pumpkins galore in the form of Honeycomb Paper.  My spooky black cat is inked and crackled.  The witch has crashed in the pumpkins and the skeleton is peering out the window. 

There's a touch of Fall with this stack of wheat and wire trendils for the pumpkins.  I love this little corner of the tag. 

At the top the bat fly's near the melted ribbon, where the 31st hovers over the widows peak.  Ohhh ya, I knicked off a little bit of the fence and attached it to the roof with my tiny attacher to creat this widos peak.

I used some wire wrapped in brown tissue {from christmas} to create a knarly tree.  I added some thick twine through the branches and pulled on the twine to make it messy.  At the base of the haunted tree you'll see a little a mini graveyard.  I cut pieces of the fence to get these tombstones.  This fence TH die is so versitile!

I think this tag has all the elements of the season!

Creating this tag was such a joy and I had more ideas to add and not enough tag to add it too.  Tomorrow is the 4th tag...WINTER!
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Comments

  1. love it...lots of amazing details and scareyness

    Tina

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  2. Wow lovely you really do get into Halloween.. Take Care

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  3. Love your halloween tag! There is so much detail on that baby! I love it. Can't wait to see your next tag!

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  4. Awesome job. I love it.

    Dawn RI

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  5. You are a master at Halloween projects ;)
    I thought I had that haunted house die, until I went to get it and it wasn't there, lol.

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  6. Love the Halloween Tag, but I love them all, it would be hard to pick a favorite. TFS hugs Pammejo http://pammejo-scrapbookflair.blogspot.com/

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