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Halloween Tag Mini

I decided to make little gifts for my parents, my in-laws and one of my friends that came to our annual Halloween House last year. I wanted to make a small decoration for their homes. Neither my in-laws nor my friend decorate for Halloween so I didn't want to send over pics in a big ole Halloween Frame-that's more my style! :) But I thought it would be fun for them to have a keepsake from the party. This is the mini I made for my in-laws.
I completely *adore* the Frankie and Friends by Simple Stories decorative brads!!! This cute ghost on the front cover is so fun!
I tried to make one side for photo(s) and the other for decoration. I really liked the size of the Webster's Pages Ocean Melody sticker letters in coral for this small project and the color really popped against the lime green color in the Witches Brew collection.

The Studio Calico Brighton Pier Silver Star rub ons added the perfect balance for the space below this die cut frame. I also sprinkled some of the Owloween Stew Enamel Stars on this page too for added interest. 


I used quite a bit of the die cuts from the Witches Brew Pea Pod Die Cuts, they are perfect for projects like this where I didn't want it to get too bulky. 

These die cuts also really took up real estate in this mini tag album which was perfect to still showcase the cute papers in this collection! I can't get enough of the Halloween Wood Veneers!! To finish up the mini tag album I glued some Black Glitter Beanboard Alphas and the mini was complete!! 

Thanks!
Cheri



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