Hello! It's Lisa Henke here, I am still digging the new Halloween Gnomes. I don't always give out Halloween cards, but giving a little gifty is more my thing with this holiday. Thankfully the just released tag Confetti Cuts make it easy to add a touch of handmade love to any treat, today I used the Square Window Confetti Cut.

 I picked up some of the new M&M's in the Ghoul Mix and filled the Treat Tubes. I cut one of the Treat Tube Toppers Confetti Cuts in Sand. I set that aside and started on a trio of tags. I started with the same base for each of the tags, but then mixed it up a bit on each of them for my gifties. I started with Premium Polar White card stock for the tag base and then cut a couple Stitched Circles Cover Up from Stormy card stock. I then used the smaller rounded square from the Square Window Confetti Cuts to cut the detail layer for the center of the tag. I then cut a trio of squares from Sunshine card stock and layered behind the Stitched Circles. 

Next I got busy coloring up all the bits and pieces from the Halloween Gnomes stamp set. I stamped most of the images from this set with Copic images and then cut them out with the Halloween Gnomes Confetti Cuts.  I wasn't sure which bits I was going to use, so this gave me options. On this first tag I did use the web, spider and bat and added them to the Boo To You Circle Confetti Cut (clipped out of the circle). 

My other two tags, I kept them similar. I used the witch and sorcerer and added tombstones. I added the sentiment for the sorcerer tag and stamped it onto the tiny tag from Clear Treat Box & Box Wrap Combo

I used another sentiment from Halloween Gnomes and stamped it in Grape Soda ink onto a strip of Stone card stock. I cut a little notch at the end to make a fish tail banner, I punched a hole at the top and tied on some black twine. It's easy to make a custom banner, even if you don't have a specific die. 

I have said this many times before, but I will say it again. If you do not like to mass produce cards or tags or projects, you can use similar colors and supplies and make different stuff. I love making coordinating projects, they are similar but not exactly the same. It makes mass producing a little easier. 

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