is ‚tag-bag‘ a word?

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On the very last minute I finished a tag for this months IndigoBlu challenge ‚tags‘. I wanted to create a tag with a function: I wanted to use it as a bag.

I searched the worldwideweb for ‚tag bags‘ but the only thing you will find are those funny tags meant for suitcases and address labels. Well, here is my own version of a tag-bag. I added a small folded paper strip to each side of the tag which I have folded in half.

The design paper (reprint, Sweden) was stamped with IndigoBlu stamps and their fabulous flitter glu. A brief tutorial how to use it and a video is one of my ‚work in progress‘ and will be ready soon.

Check the images (can be enlarged by clicking) for a closer look how its done. Please note the beautiful effect of the metal flakes, they shimmer more or less depending on the angle the light is reflected.

I used the tag-bag as an elegant way to wrap a gift of money.

I hope you enjoy, Baerbel



stamps by IndigoBlu, Flitter Glu, Metal Flakes

ribbon by May Art Ribbons, Rose by Prima Marketing

stamp ink by Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko, Memento ‚lilac posies‘, also used for the shading


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  1. What a great take on the tag your it challenge over on the Indugoblu challenge, thanks for joining in with the fun. Sarah

  2. Love your tag!

    Thanks for joining in the IndigoBlu Tag challenge!


  3. Great little tag ……what a clever idea. Thank you for joining in with the IndigoBlu Challenge ….. Good Luck! Linda xx

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