How to Make a Halloween Screen Tag Album With Graphic 45

by PL Li

Use Graphic 45 Rare Oddities collection to make a decoration for your Halloween, a screen display which you can put your Halloween photos on the tags, how cool is that!


  • Graphic 45 Rare Oddities 12x12 Pad
  • Graphic 45 Rare Oddities 8x8 Pad
  • Graphic 45 Rare Oddities Decorative Chipboard
  • Graphic 45 Rare Oddities Journaling Chipboard
  • Graphic 45 Rare Oddities Tags & Pockets
  • Graphic 45 Rare Oddities Sticker
  • Graphic 45 Door Knockers
  • Chipboard
  • Black cardstock
  • Assorted Paper Flowers
  • Assorted Beads
  • Metal Chain
  • Assorted Trims
  • Assorted Feathers
  • Assorted Sequins
  • Dies
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Die cut shapes and panels of 6"x3-3/4" and 6"x3/4" from chipboard

    Step 2

    Connect the die-cut shapes and the panels together with scraps and double sided tape

    Step 3

    Die-cut Graphic 45 papers and adhere on both sides

    Step 4

    Cut pieces of black cardstock of 6-1/8" height, adhere the panels in orders, remember to leave a gab of at least 1/8" between chipboard

    Step 5

    Adhere another black cardstock to cover all panels and trim the corners into shapes

    Step 6

    Fold the screen into shape, fold it forth and back

    Step 7

    Use black cardstock to make connection strips for the tags to be hold on the screen

    Step 8

    Adhere the tag flips on the screen panels, you can now start decorating with your favorite Graphic 45 papers and Staples

    Step 9

    I didn't put bulky embellishments at the back so it can be stay flat for storage

    Step 10

    I used Graphic 45 Staples Door Knockers and a chain to tie the screen

    Step 11

    I used trims and beads to decorate the sides

    Step 12

    Fussy cut patterns from Graphic 45 papers and layer up to form a scene frame

    Step 13

    Make some pockets for journaling and cards

    Step 14

    You can adjust the depth and put more tags for photos

    Step 15

    I love the feathers which add a great touch for the album. Thanks for watching!