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Studio Forty CT | Fun times

I don´t know about you, but I am loving the latest Snapchat filters! We often snap eachother funny photos and have a laugh. With that, I have quite a few Snapchat photos to scrapbook. 

I knew I wanted to use some of the yummy stickers that are in the shop! I like to go through the products I have whenever I start a project and select the ones I want to use.

I´m going with these label stickers this time. I really like labels! They can be used for so many different projects, right!

I wanted to use one of the big tags that I got from the shop. They come plain in different colors and I wanted to make some kind of background. I went with the purple label stickers and put them on the tag on the edges, cut them of and then used the other half on a different place on the tag. I love how it turned out! And also that I didn´t have to use any glue since they are stickers! 

I usually put some thread in the hole on the tag. I use embroidery thread my grandmother left me when she passed away. And here is a quick look at how I do that.

I hope that you can figure it out from the photos, but I basically cut about 5 or 6 threads to around 17 cm and then fold them in half. I thread the loop part through the hole and then secure it by taking the edges through the loop. 

Here is a look at how it it turned out! 

I used one transperent sticker and then this word sticker to add something more to my tag. Then I just adhered my big tag to my traveller´s notebook and I was done!

I quick and easy projects, just the way I like them! I love, love what the labels do to the whole page!

Have an awesome day!



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