It's been some time since I've shared a creative project or scrapbooking layout around here. The honest truth is I have been super inspired pre-CHA and even now, but I am struggling to find the time to sit down and create. It's very frustrating to be honest and I feel like it's necessary for me, my work and my overall daily attitude.
That's why when a couple things needed to be done for Bella's CHA booth (that were not already assigned and in progress by the Bella Blvd DT), I was thrilled to make a mess & create! We needed to display the Crochet Flowers in a new way and show customers how cute they are outside of the package.
I wanted to display several of the Stick Pin Flags too, because they stick into the crochet needlework of the flower so well.
I started with only single-sided tags, and then as we discovered a jewelry tree (actually meant for necklaces) in the warehouse I thought they'd be perfect to display them on. But that meant I must cover both fronts and backs of the tags.
I made more than 10 tags when I was finished and strung them using The Twinery's brown twine, all at different lengths. They make quite the cute little collection if I do say so myself.
Once we get the crate returned and unpack them I'm going to use them for future Gift tags for presents and such.
Here's a look at the tag tree displayed in the booth at Chicago.
I'll be sharing some more photos from CHA soon, but I liked the height the tree added to the display. You can see more photos of the Tag Tree over at the Bella Blvd Studio Blog today.