Thursday, February 28, 2013

Tag And Tag Box!

Good Morning Everybody!

Sorry a bit late with this post....Hope everyone is off to a great day this morning!

I was busy in the studio last night!  Got all my Valentines cards packed and ready to go!  Yes, I said Valentines cards!  LOL!  It may be a bit late,. but the sentiment is still there huh?  Say yes....LOL

I wanted to share the dimensions for for the Tag Box we made on the Ustream show Tuesday night, and show you the finished box and tag.  So here we go....

The Steampunk Stencil Tag...



And The Tag Box....



Here's a quick video on the how to make the Tag Box with the correct interior lining paper dimensions...LOL!




Supplies For the Box Can Found At Inspiration Emporium by Clicking HERE..

Tim Holtz Destinations Paper Stash
Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Hinge Clips
Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Trinket Pins
Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Foundations Feet
Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Alpha Tiles
Tim Holtz Idea-Ology Commute Tissue Tape
Chipboard

Measurements-

Chipboard Squares - (5) 3-1/2 x 3-1/2

Chipboard Tag Holder (1) 1-1/2 x 3-1/2

Lining Paper- Cut Paper to 10-1/8 square.  Score the paper at 3-3/8 and again at 6-3/4.

Thanks Everybody and have a Terrific Thursday!

Jim
The Gentleman Crafter

25 comments:

  1. This is just such an amazing - oustanding project wow love it! (and who cares if it a Valentine ...*lol) just love what you do.

    I hope you don´t might but I would love to invite you to join the STEAMPUNK CHALLENGE which starts tomorrow - watch out the Blog:
    http://sandee-and-amelie.blogspot.de/

    Hope to see you there this would be just such a great honor!
    XOXO
    SanDee

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  2. Thanks for the replay, although I enjoyed the original too!
    Valentines are great any time!
    Fantastic steam punk tag! Was there a tut for this?
    Have a crafty day!

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  3. AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME !!! I love this tag and the box what a wonderful idea; hum I think I need to make a box for my tags... GREAT inspiration Jim, Thanks !

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  4. You're brilliant!!! Love love love that rocking tag! Amazing work!!!

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  5. Wow, love the tag and the tagbox is so cool. Thanks for the video, I will soon try to make the tagbox myself :-)

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  6. Hi Jim, I loved the video . . . I'm new to your blog . . . so tell me,where do I buy a score board. That tool looks very practical. You are certainly a creative inspiration, thanks.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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    1. Connie-
      Jim uses the Martha Stewart Crafts Scoring Board and Envelope Tool. You are going to love this blog and Jim's creations!

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  7. Talk about taking good care of us! The video is terrific butI knew you probably couldn't let the lining hiccup lie. I thought it was great - gave me the time to catch up and finish my tag box that night. Plus I was so busy gabbing that it wasn't til the show was over that I realized I had a terrific new way to keep my tags.Guess all my cylinders weren't firing or whatever the expression is. My husband has also put in an order for several boxes for his work table. Best of all - he likes your Ustream. He makes a lot of visits to the studio when you're on and he tried hard to help you with your lining math talking to you as if you could hear him. So you can see how much fun your show brings into our homes. The tag is awesome - that's on my docket for tonight. Have a great Thursday, Jim and remember to put your coffee cup down when you're in line.
    Hugs
    Mo(Mori49)

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  8. Phooey!! I left a comment a couple hours ago and it showed up for a moment and then was gone...hum. Anyway...thank you Jim for posting the correct measurements and taking time to make another video...you're the BEST!!!

    I'm sorry I didn't stay for the show...kept getting the danged black screen and it was making me crazy...or crazier...LOL! I watched the show a little while ago but it's just not the same as being there live....missed the chat.

    I can't wait to get some Distress paints. I've scoured the stores in Indy, Columbus, OH and here locally but still can't find them. Guess I'm going to have to head up to Waxahachie soon.

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  9. Loved the UStream and I hope you do not decide to delete it as it has a wealth of information, humor and instructions for the tags!! I need to go back and watch how you made your tags as I was multi-tasking during the first hour of your show, watching Mark Harmon on NCIS... and watching (and trying to listen) to you and Cesar!! The tags and box are fab and I think I may use this technique for pencil boxes too! Love you guys!

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  10. I really love your tag box its awesome !

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  11. All I remember was....poof the box was finished(without the lining).I am glad you record them because we can go back and see what you actually made and attempt to make it. We are a bunch of hens(and roosters) loose in the chicken coop while you are crafting. If you only could read everything we are chatting about. It is so much fun. You could probably do something really simple, I mean really simple, like make envelopes and we would still enjoy it. I need to go back and watch it again to see what I missed.

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  12. Awesome tag, Jim. All that fab texture and shine...and grunge. Who knew that grunge could be such a good thing. Love the storage box, too. Very clever design! And, love is always right on time....

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  13. Oh, wow that Steampunk tag is ultra cool! Fun, fun, fun ustream class. Thanks for taking the time to get us the correct measurements. Gonna have to make this box. I'm so busy gabbing and laughing I can't do it during the class, ha, ha, ha. Have a great night. Good luck with the studio reorganization.

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  14. Jim, This was so sweet of you to take the time to re-do the box and shoot the video. You're such a sweetheart! I love the box and tag, I can't wait to try it. Have a great weekend, have fun re-doing the studio, remember you have to have enough room for all of us to come and play. HA!

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  15. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!! might just be my project for the weekend!!

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  16. Another awesome project! I love tags and this is just wonderful and the box is fab too. I think I might just have to go away and make myself one of these for myself. Thank you for the inspiration!

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  17. Thank You so much for all the current measurements, I really appreciate it! We (Michael and I) both loved watching your video and joining you on Ustream; even if we were a bit late! I hope you are having a fabulous day!

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  18. Finally got to watch the re-take video this morning. You are amazing. I can't believe how fast you whipped that out. I think I can handle this one. I'll add it to my Jim things I want to make list! Thanks for re-doing video.

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  19. Gosh...this is awesome!!!! Don't know which I love more...well, love them both - tag AND box!!! Absolutely brilliant Steampunk (and crafting of course ;).
    Will have to add you to my blog-list immediately!!! AND become a follower...AND...phew! I'll be back *lol

    Hugs,
    die amelie x

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  20. simply FABULOUS!! you de man, when it comes to sharing these fantastic projects; what's next? something nice, I'm sure!!

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  21. WOW! Fantastic video Tutorial! Thanks!

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  22. TFS your great talent. Hugs, Linda

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