Here is something you can use to recycle your chewing gum boxes. These were created using Orbit Chewing Gum Boxes, but there are several others that work just as well! For those of you with Silhouette cutters, there is a template in the store that works as well.
This was my DT inspiration project for The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge Blog. I traced the Gum box on two sheets of design paper. I used stripes on the outside and polka dots on the inside. It is necessary to deconstruct the box, but they are easy to disassemble. To make the tags, I simply trimmed regular item tags down to the size I needed to fit into my holder.
The number of tags will vary depending on how heavily you embellish them. I tried to keep mine at a minimum.
DUCT TAPE ART
This next Key Chain Tag Mini was constructed using Duct Tape, and embossing folder, and black acrylic ink. The crystals along the edge were a lot brighter, but I forgot to seal the project before I added the bling, so the sealer dulled the color a little. This is a wonderful technique. Tomorrow I will show a tag I created using the same duct tape and embossing technique.
This was my DT Inspiration Project at Eclectic Ellapu!
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