[Video Tutorial] Elegant Die-Cut Tag


Hello, G45ers!

 Let's kickstart your weekend off right with a short and sweet #G45VideoTutorial where you will learn how to create your own Elegant Tag.  This tag was created with Graphic 45 Metal Dies, Tag, and Princess paper collection by the Master of Detail and Beauty, Tanya Cloete.  Be sure to scroll to the end to see who this week's contest winner is!  


#G45VideoTutorial Princess Tag

By Tanya Cloete


Hello, dear G45ers! Happy to share with you my #G45VideoTutorial project for this month featuring the stunning Princess Collection. I have created this simple and easy tag with die cuts, ephemera, chipboard pieces, stickers, and embellishments.


Here with the supplies and instructions, you may use to recreate such a project:


Video Tutorial:

[Tutorial] Elegant Tag Featuring Princess and Metal Dies for Graphic 45 by Tanya Cloete


Graphic 45 Supplies:


Other Supplies:

  • Various Dies
  • String
  • Pearl String
  • Eyelets and Brad
  • Flat Back Pearls
  • Double Sided Tape
  • Adhesive Foam Squares
  • Hot Glue



Cut a tag, a few die cut shapes and a little bow (assemble with a brad). Layer the die cut flowers and adhere. Add a flat back pearl in the center of the flower cluster and butterfly.

Tip: Die cut the flower vine from an extra ivory tag…to match the colour scheme.


Adhere the banner die cut shape with adhesive foam squares.

Tip: Adhesive foam squares add a little dimension to your project. You could also use foam board or cardboard.


Place your die cut leaves and flower vine in the position you want it then add some hot glue to your flower cluster and adhere.

Tip: No need to glue the die cut leaves, by adding the flower with hot glue on top will keep it in place.


Mat the sticker onto a circle die cut shape. Add some eyelets to the chipboard elements. Adhere with double-sided tape. Add some pearl string through the hole of the tag." ~Tanya




Weekly Blog Contest


This week’s prize package is a Love Notes Package, a $67+ value.  


The winner is… Nancy Groah!


Nancy had this to say on Facebook: “love love love creating with graphic 45 papers. Making special journals out of each new collection. This would also make a great journal. Thank you for the opportunity and sharing this great collection.”

What a great week!  Thanks to everyone who participated in this contest, your feedback is always appreciated.  Nancy, please email to claim your prize.  


Help us in celebrating Tanya and her tutorial in the comments below.  We hope this elegant tag has inspired you to try out a new technique, and when you do, be sure to share with us on Instagram using the #Graphic45 hashtag!  Have a wonderful weekend, and as always…


Happy Papercrafting!

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