Scrapbooking tags have long been a wonderful way to add unique notes to a page in a way that creates new life and interaction to the layout.
They also are a very cheap scrapbooking technique that can be a no-brainer to make. In this article we’ll be taking a look at a few easy methods to create tags, what to write on the tags, and a few different locations to put them on your page.
Tags are more often not much more than a petit rectangular piece of card, with a ribbon attached, and that is all yours can be be too.
But, if you want to spruce them up just a bit more you can do that also. For a nicer looking border, cut out a section of card that’s the same shape and a little bit bigger than the tag itself and attach it to the back of the tag using double sided tape. You may also add small embellishments like buttons, stickers, charms and other nick nacks to personalise them further.
Writing on Tags
Typically the content that gets written on tags are short notes about the photographs, such as what’s going on or what occurred before/during/after the event, and occasionally they’re yet another place to add a page title. Nevertheless, they are a great and thrifty way to liven up a page
Placing Tags on the Page
There are three common places that I love to add tags to a layout.