Friday, December 27, 2013

Metal and Music Tags

Hello! Did you survive Christmas? I think I was in a food coma for the next day… so much yummy food. But I bounced back yesterday by doing a bit of post-Christmas shopping. Heh heh.

Since I’ve been busy eating and shopping and spending time with family I neglected to share a couple of tags I made earlier in the month.

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These lovelies feature Mélange Tissue Paper and Ornate Plates. I used Gelatos to add color to the tissue paper. Used the

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Noel Tag – I used a coordinating die from the Flip-its #2 Circle Card die set to cut out the scalloped border from felt. I then trimmed it with scissors so that the felt would fit on the tag.

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Thanks tag is pretty much the same as the Noel tag, just different color and I switched up how I applied the Antique Linen Distress Paint to the Ornate Plate.

Here is a quick walk through of how I created the backgrounds.

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Run a manila tag through a Xyron Sticker maker to completely coat with adhesive. Cut a piece of Mélange Tissue Paper a bit larger than the tag. Crumple the tissue up a bit to add wrinkles, flatten back out and then press it onto the tag. Burnish with your fingers to flatten out the wrinkles. Finish by trimming the excess tissue paper.

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Scribble here and there with a Gelato crayon.

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Mist with water and use a paper towel to blend the Gelato.

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For the ornate plate I coated it with Antique Linen Distress Paint and then removed most of it with a paper towel, leaving traces of color in the nooks and crannies. On the second tag, I just coated it with paint and heat set – going for the opposite look.

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2 comments:

  1. These are awesome... thanks for the inspiration... love the ribbon and twine idea !

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