Wednesday, October 19, 2016


Time: <2 hours
Yield:  1 - #8 tag
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink –  Distress Abandon Coral, Black Soot, Carved Pumpkin, Walnut Stain
  • Other – Antique Linen Distress Crayon; Black Fude Ball Pen
  • Paint – Distress Antique Linen, Black Soot, Picket Fence
Dry Ingredients:
  • # 8 Black & Manila Tag
  • Cardstock – Materialize Paper Stash
  • Hardware – Alpha Parts (sign maker)
  • Other – Substrate Sheets
  • Ribbon – Crinkle Ribbon, Thick & Quick Wool (pumpkin)

  • Dies – Vampire 


  1. Wow, this is such a fabulous way to use the vampire die, witchie is just amazing, love her hair! Anne x

  2. Loving the dimension on your Witchie face and such clever use of the Vampire die.
    Julie x

  3. WOW...how clever!!! She is brilliant! LOVE her eyes and hair...what a transformation! Excellent take!

  4. way to go Vicki - this is an amazing transformation using the vampire die! Such a great tag!

  5. Now this is a fantastic example of how to use a die creatively and transform the original character of the die completely . Clever , creative and total grungy witchiness. LOve it !

  6. You are so freaking brilliant! I would love to see/read how these inspirations happen.

  7. I dig how you take different dies and twist them into something unique. It takes a clever mind to do that. Your Halloween style is a little bit twisted in a good way and appeals to my concepts in art. You're probably a cool person.


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