Tableau of Terror, Tag Shaped Card

To make the bottle, find the labels at the Dollar Tree as well as the bottle.  Using re-inker added to Mop n Glo, let it sit for a couple of days to let it thicken.  Pour it into the bottle and twirl the bottle around and then drain the excess.  Put the label on and you are done.

The Stampin’ Up Tableau of Terror stamp is my favorite Halloween stamp and I stamped it on watercolor paper and I stamped it with Memento Black ink.   I cut dark purple paper 11″ x 4 1/4″ and scored it at 5 1/2″.  I also cut a lavender piece of paper at 4″ x 5 1/4″ as this is a top fold card.  I trimmed the Tableau of Terror paper down to 4 x 5 1/4″ as well.  I used alcohol markers to color the images.  The inside sentiment came from a set by Inspired by Stamping called Tricks and Treats as well as the spiders I stamped around the from of the card.  I cut the purple card base on my paper trimmer to get a tag angle at the top of the card then placed the piece I cut off on the other side of the card and traced it with a pencil and trimmed the other side.  I also put the piece that I cut off on the Tableau of Terror image and cut the top corners so it matched the cuts on the card.  I also cut off the inside lavender piece to match the cuts on the outside of the card.  Make sure you cut the lavender paper before you glue it down (something I didn’t do.)  I used a Distress Ink Shaded Lilac to distress the edges of my white card stock.  The distressing tool is from Tupelo Designs LLC and look on their website under “tools” to find them.  I used a 1/4″ hole punch and colored a scrap of paper with a black marker and then punched the hole.  I attached it into the center near the top of the card so it looks like a hole in the paper.  I then took a piece of orange satin ribbon and cut it on an angle and glued it on the black circle so it looks like the ribbon goes through the paper. I used a stamp from Stampin’ Up Howl- oween Creeps (retired set) and punched it out with a label punch.  I used purple glitter washi tape on the envelope.   All in all, I really think it came out pretty well and I really love that stamp..  Thanks Elicia, for this great stamp!

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