Flip-Flop Halloween Tags - MFT Release Replay

August 15, 2017

Today the MFT DT is taking a fresh look at our most recent release with inspiring ideas and innovative takes on the complete collection. We love the opportunity to look at our products with fresh eyes, envisioning entirely new ways to showcase the possibilities they present!

I have a set of three Halloween tags to share with you that I made using the Fab-BOO-lous Friends stamp set & Die-namics.

Do you think these look too simple? Actually these are interactive tags that move as you see in the animated GIF below.


Isn't it a good idea to add more fun to your Halloween treat bags? :)

Well... I'm extremely nervous today because I'm sharing my FIRST how-to video. PLEASE note that this is my first try to make a tutorial video and I apologize for the bad quality. There is no narration because my English speaking skill is awfully bad, I just added a few captions though. (I know some of you don't like this type of videos.) I will greatly appreciate it if you could take a little time to leave a comment or you gave me some advice on how to improve my video.
Click HERE to watch the video on YouTube.



Head on over to the MFT blog to see what the other DT members have come up with for today!
Thank you for stopping by!

                    X-Press It Blending Card
Ink: Premium Dye Inks - Fuse Green, Grape Jelly, Orange Fizz
       Versa Mark
Others: Embossing Magic, White Embossing Powder, Sewing Thread, Scor-Tape (1/8"), Gold Star Sequins, Gem-tac Permanent Adhesive

11 comments:

  1. Wonderful tags! I think your video is great! Very informative...and personally I prefer captions over talking as I find that sometimes people can waffle on....and I'm just watching to see the technique not to hear the commentary (no offense to them!). Only thing I would suggest is not to worry about zooming in or out, just figure out the closest you can get and leave it there....unless you do one in the future that requires an extreme close up, to show something that's not easily seen otherwise. Looking forward to more videos from you, Torico!

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    1. Thank you so much for your advice! That's really helpful. I'll keep it in my head for next video!

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  2. These are so cute!! Having the text on the screen is helpful for people who are deaf and rely on captioning, but i would prefer not to have the shadow of the text and it might be more difficult to read for people with vision disabilities. I liked that the instructions were perfectly coordinated with the steps and that they stayed on screen long enough for me to read it. :) thanks for sharing your process for creating these adorable tags!

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    1. Thank you, Linda! That's a great suggestion. I didn't think of people who have visual vision disorder. Actually I tried plain text, too. But it looked more difficult to read for me. (It didn't stand out against the craft mat.) I'd like to try another color of text, or would change my craft mat next time. :)

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  3. What a wonderful idea and I am so thankful you made a video. You do such creative, "kawaii" work. I am looking forward to your future videos.

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  4. These are adorable! Thanks for sharing the video! XXX

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  5. Thanks for sharing! They are adorable and you made a great video. I love all the stamp sets you create. Cheers!

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  6. Easy to follow along and the text worked for me. Also I love the idea of the tip for your glue, brilliant for tiny spots.

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  7. Love your tags and thoroughly enjoyed your first video. Hope this will be the start of many more from you!

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