Thought I would share what I am playing around with while working on my DLP Journal travel theme pages.
Since I am combining three weeks into one spread, I wanted some tags or something to explain each week. I love tags, but come on, how many tags can you use before you bore yourself! (Okay, I never get tired of tags, but anyway...)
I decided to try out some arrow tags. I took regular tags, using one for a template. I marked the center point on the bottom (the end opposite the string). I drew diagonal lines from that center point to both sides, then trimmed to a point. Since the other end is shorter (where the angle cut is), I used that short width as a guide to draw a cutting line to the other end.
It is way simpler to show in person than trying to write out an explanation of what I did, but I'm sure you can figure it out yourselves. Kind of a unique way to use a tag, I think.
In the end, though, I may use a cardstock with a grid print for my arrows (still debating whether to make them look tag-like).
So, that's what I've been playing with. Yesterday was 1 minute shorter than the day before.. school here starts in two weeks. Summer is sneaking away right under my nose!!