Today I have TAGS A PLENTY to share with you so grab a cuppa and settle in.
I have three kinds of tags...first up is the FAST and simple using up some my mind's eye patterned paper.
My product focus is on the new Pierced Traditional Tag STAX Die-namics they are just one step size smaller than the previously released Traditional Tag STAX so this means I could use them together for matting!
I also used one brand new Die-namics....they are the "Christmas Greetings". LOVE them! You have both the script font and the clean printed font...I decided to use the script today. I doubled up this Die-namics to show a little shadowing on the letters so they were cut twice (once with the new Timber Green cardstock and then again with either the Paver Red cardstock or some patterned paper).
Topped off with a fuse green button and some hemp cord...these are great for really quick tags and will help me use up some of my patterned papers that I have been hoarding :)
Next up "Stampy tags"....
Pierced Traditional Tags STAX.
I inked up my brand new Sheet Music Background in Paver Red ink and stamped on Smooth White Cardstock. This stamp is HUGE! I then placed all my different sized tags on stamped sheet music and just sent it once through my die cut machine.
First up I matted all my Pierced Tags with the size up in the Traditional Tags Die-namics with Paver Red Cardstock.
The tag on the far left I used the Ornament Banner Die-namics and Stamp set and placed it over the sheet music. I also decorated these tags with Melissa Frances pom-pom trim.
Ornament Banner Die-namics into the tag before stamping the little Ornament Banner Builder stamps. Isn't the smallest one sweet.....
Starry Christmas tree on my largest size Pierced Tradtional Tag STAX.
Square Tiles Stencil over top of my tag and taped it into place. I then airbrushed the tag in the three copic colors shown above. When I lifted the stencil off I decided that I would go over the whole tag with some BV02 (not shown in the photo). This made my inbetween parts BV02 instead of stark white. I did this so that my white snowman would really pop off the background.
Starry Christmas tree by spritzing a rag with Copic colorless blender and wiping off the airbrushed color to reveal the white tree.
Snow Globe Die-namics set and I added a bit of shading to his body with BG70,72 and then some sparkle with glossy accents and glitter.
I felt like I could have played so much more with tags.....These are going to be SUPER to have in a month or two :)
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