Life seems a little crazy right now, but I took some time to craft yesterday. I decided to unpack my supplies and make some tags. I have never made tags before, but I have seen people make lovely ones and so here I go. I made two.
I cut two sides of my tag, one out of watercolor paper and one out of sturdy cardstock. For this tag I used a Mama Elephant stamp set gifted to me by my friend Kelly. I stamped the little flying unicorn three times onto my tag with Versamark ink and then embossed them with clear embossing powder. I then blended Picked Raspberry Distress Oxide ink from the top and Seedless Preserves from the bottom. Once the ink was dry, I sprayed the tag with water, making sure that droplets of various sizes were involved, and let it sit a few seconds before dabbing it with a paper towel. I loved the result.
Canson XL Watercolor paper
Recollections 110lb heavyweight cardstock
White glitter cardstock
Arteza Real Brush pens 48 set
Stampendous clear embossing powder
Gems from my stash
Ribbon from my stash
Mama Elephant Over the Rainbow stamp set
Kaisercraft Just Landed stamp set
Power Poppy Geraniums Take Two stamp set
Tag die from my stash
Mama Elephant Over the Rainbow die set
Spellbinders Fairy die
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