Making Scrapbook Tags

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Making Scrapbook Tags

Turn trinkets and trash into treasures with these pyro tags

In the 2012 issue of Pyrography, Lora S. Irish explains how she turns empty cereal and snack boxes into personalized tags for her scrapbook layouts. The boxes are a free source of lightweight chipboard, which is perfect for pyrography.

In addition to the butterfly pattern in the issue, try these terrific tags for your next papercraft project. Embellish them with scraps of ribbon, beads, jewelry, pins, etc. You could also use the patterns for gift tags, or add an address sticker to the back, laminate the tags, and use them for luggage.

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For more tips on woodburning alternate media, check out Cate McCauley’s article, “Pyrography on Paper;” Susan Zanella’s “Creating a Gourd Basket;” and Lora Irish’s “Steampunk Key Fob,” all in the new issue of Pyrography. To order the issue, visit www.foxchapelpublishing.com.


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Butterfly Spirit Tag Patterns
Fish Car Tag Pattern
Rose Dragon Tag Pattern

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