Matchbook Tag Holder Tutorial

Happy Thursday,
This week is flying by. Hopefully the weekend will drag....

I thought a video tutorial of the matchbook tag holder that I made in my Halloween Mini would be helpful. I'll list the measurements and supplies below...


This is the one I made for my mini album...

Here is what you will need:
(4) Mini Sack Bags (2-1/2 x 3-1/2), (4) Tags (2-1/4 x 3-1/2), (8) Pattern Paper 2-1/2 x 3-1/2, (1) Pattern Paper 2-3/4 x 12, (1) Cardstock 2-3/4 x 4, (1) Cardstock 2-3/4 x 8, ScorPal, Bone Folder, Adhesive, 1" Circle Punch

Have a great Thursday,

27 comments

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you, a great tutorial. I loved this in your mini album.

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing this. I am going to link to your post on my blog so that my mini album swap group can use this great technique. Karin

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  3. Christina thank you very much for showing us how to make this cute matchbox! The tutorial helps so much rather than just reading directions! Thank you so much!

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  4. Christina I love it. I have to add it to my list of projects to try. I really really like that you actually tell and show the paper once you cut them. You make it so easy for us to follow. Thank you very much.

    dendearmas@aol.com

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  5. Great ideas!! Thank you for showing us how!

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  6. Your are the Master!!!! I love your mini album....and thank you so much for showing us how to make this.....I am making this today....
    Again you are the MASTER!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. I dont make minis but if I did I would hope to make them half as beautiful as yours!!! Maybe I can convert this into a card? Lets think! :o) Thanks for sharing all you do!!! XOXO Momo

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  8. Thank you so much for this tutorial

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  9. Christie, What an awesome video!! I am not into albums but you sure peaked my curiosity into making them, LOL *Hugs*

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  10. Super SUPER CUTENESS... I LOVE IT!! Great video and SO EXCITED how easy and cute it is! :) thanks!

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  11. Great tutorial, thanks Christina.
    Marcie

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  12. I love this mini album! Thanks for the tutorial, its great!!!


    marybeth

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  13. What an awesome tutorial Christina!!!

    Love the mini album and again, love your camera angle!

    (NY hugs)

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  14. Oh my goodness this is a mazing! Thanks Christina!

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  15. Another great video that is going to help me make a mini album for my mum - so thanks so much for sharing this technique - I just love it!

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  16. This is a great tutorial. I am going to make some of these for sure. Thank you so much!

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  17. Thank you for a great tutorial.
    I love all your tutorials. You make everything seem so simple.
    I am not into mini albums but maybe like someone suggested could make a card with this idea.

    Kathy

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  18. Great tutorial, love that you explain what you are doing and able to see with out heads and hands all in the way and so well spoken. Thanks
    What kind of tape do you like for your ATG, I am due to buy more and have looked at different sites and see diff types know 1/4 best but what brand and site do you recommend? I know you said a site one time but can't remember Thanks.

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  19. Great tutorial and love the idea of this book.
    Kim xXx

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  20. Very lovely, thanks for the tutorial! cathryn67

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  21. YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Just in time for the weekend! Now I can finish my halloween album! Thanks for the tut!

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  22. Great mini album!!! Thanks for the awesome tutorial!!

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  23. As usual that was a great tutorial Christina! Thank you for taking the time!

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  24. What a great tutorial - I think even I could make one! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. Thanks again for another fantastic video! You help so much by actually showing what you do!

    Judie
    judieshe@gmail.com

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  26. Ooooh, Christina!

    I've been trying to conceive of a SPECIAL card for my granddaughter's first birthday -- and your matchbook tag holder would make a PERFECT and UNIQUE one!!

    My daughter is a FABULOUS scrapbooker and, following your example, she can adhere the tag holder/card in a scrapbook as a birthday memento!!

    THANKS, Christina!!

    I am TEE-TOTALLY TICKLED!!

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  27. Christina-

    Loved your tutorial. I altered it to hold tea bags and it turned out great. Thanks for the idea.

    Susan
    helfrich 1 at comcast dot net

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