How to Make a Table Banner With Tags

A table banner makes a cute centerpiece on any table for any occasion. My banner uses Graphic 45 Voyage Beneath the Sea papers. For more projects, please visit www.webofcreatvity.net.

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How to Make a Table Banner With Tags
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Ink Tags with Vintage Photo Distress Ink or similar.

Ink Tags with Vintage Photo Distress Ink or similar.

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Cut out of Kraft Cardstock (5) 1 x 2 1/2" (hinges), score in half (1/2" on the 1" side), fold, add tape.

Cut out of Kraft Cardstock (5) 1 x 2 1/2" (hinges), score in half (1/2" on the 1" side), fold, add tape.

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On the backside of the tag, attach a hinge piece flush to the edge, 1/4" from the top and bottom.

On the backside of the tag, attach a hinge piece flush to the edge, 1/4" from the top and bottom.

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Attach the second tag to the hinge, flush to the edge lining both tags up evenly.  Then repeat until all tags are attached.

Attach the second tag to the hinge, flush to the edge lining both tags up evenly. Then repeat until all tags are attached.

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Cut out of pattern paper: 2 1/4 x 2 3/4" - Punch with 1/4" corner; 2 x 2" - Punch with Martha Stewart Deco Shell; 1 x 1" - Punch with 1/4" corner.  Ink edges. (For one tag, repeat for all 6)

Cut out of pattern paper: 2 1/4 x 2 3/4" - Punch with 1/4" corner; 2 x 2" - Punch with Martha Stewart Deco Shell; 1 x 1" - Punch with 1/4" corner. Ink edges. (For one tag, repeat for all 6)

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Ink edges.  Attach the 2 1/4 x 2 3/4" mat first, centered, leaving 1/8" border.

Ink edges. Attach the 2 1/4 x 2 3/4" mat first, centered, leaving 1/8" border.

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Next, attach the 2 x 2" piece, centered, using 3D foam square or similar.

Next, attach the 2 x 2" piece, centered, using 3D foam square or similar.

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Next, attach the 1 x 1" piece, centered, using 3D foam squares or similar.

Next, attach the 1 x 1" piece, centered, using 3D foam squares or similar.

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Decorate with various size gears.

Decorate with various size gears.

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For more Projects, Tutorials and Kits, please visit: www.webofcreativity.net. The lantern shown in the first picture is a Sizzix Thinlits die called Butterfly Lantern by Lori Whitlock.

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