As promised...here is the tutorial for the Armoire Tag...
A #10 tag size is usually 7 1/4 x 3 5/8 for this tag I had to make it a little larger.
|Using a Stampin Up! punch (Decorative Label), I punched the bottom of the tag in the center and only inserted the punch half way. This gave the look of dresser feet.|
|Next, with a ruler and pencil, I drew a rectangle 3/4 of an inch from the top that measured 3 x 4 7/16|
|The length of the rectangle does not have to be 4 7/16 it could also be 4 3/8, whichever is easiest to achieve.|
|The dotted lines will be scored and the solid lines will be cut with an exacto knife and metal edge ruler. The cut will look like an "I"|
|After the opening was complete, I drew the dresser drawers at 3/4" x 3 1/2. No cutting here, just lines so I knew where I would put the drawers.|
|Next, cut a 1" x 3" strip. Score at 1/2 inch and add scor-tape on both sides. Set aside.|
|Use your score board to score on the outside edges and erase any pencil lines if desired. Close the "doors" by adding painters tape to the back|
|I stamped with a background stamp I had in my stash that is retired from Stampin Up! Any wood grain stamp would work. The ink I used was Ground Expresso Distress Ink.|
|I cut two pieces of mirrored cardstock for the inside panels of the door that measured 4 x 1 1/8. Attach with ATG or glue of your choice.|
|Remove the tape backing from one side of the hinge you created and set aside earlier and attach to the top of one of your tags.|
|There you have it...your own Armoire Tag! If you have any questions, let me know in the comments...I would love to see the one you create 😃 Have a crafty day!!|