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Halloween Mummy Tag

Halloween is the start of the fun MummyTagVideo, but really my September 2nd birthday kicks off a season of giving.  It starts with my birthday gifts.  Then it goes into those Halloween treats and tricks.  Then you humans enjoy giving a little more thanks than usual at Thanksgiving.  And to top it off, the big guy in the red suit puts all your giving efforts to shame! 

So lets start off the Halloween giving with a Halloween Mummy Tag to go on your little gifties for your friends.

I'm almost positive that it would be a most excellent accessory to accentuate a bag of dog treats.  Wouldn't you agree?

 

1-TwoTagsWho would have thought that a Jack o Lantern face would look just as good on a mummy?  And remember to get that Two Tags Die #115954

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4 Comments

  1. This is too cute! I am going to have to try it.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. How do you NOT get the crease on the two tags die? I don’t use a shim and always get a strong crease.

  3. Ann:

    I am going to ask the same question, how do you keep from getting the score line? Love the mummy!

  4. I tried to answer this from Ann’s phone but it wouldn’t let me post. Perhaps it was the facial recognition working overtime. So here’s what I’m barking about that:

    Each machine is calibrated differently. Ann used the regular pads and Stampin’ Up! Very Vanilla card stock. It’s very thin. I dont’ think it would work on colored card stock.

    Don’t use a shim. You might want to try it with and without the crease pad. Without should be better.

    Try rotating which way you put it through.

    And lastly – if nothing else works – try making a shim that just covers the cutting part but does NOT cover the middle fold. Place it exactly over the cutting part of the die. (May take some lining up of cutting pads, die & shim) You might still have a little, but in this pup’s theory, it should work.

    Maybe I should bark a blog post about this.

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