MASKED TAGS

 

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Today I have a quick and easy project using stencils, paint, and washi tape. Read on.

TCW supplies:
TCW9020 Raspberry Sorbet, TCW9015 Black Licorice,
TCW755 Modern Lace, TCW757 Circle of Jewels
TCW763 Alphabetica

White tags, washi tape, sticker words

Since the tags were already white, I didn’t gesso them. I applied strips of washi tape to mask off white lines; and made sure to press the tape securely so the Raspberry paint didn’t bleed underneath.

Next, I painted the tags with the Raspberry Sorbet paint, and dried them.

The last step was to stencil the tags with the Black Licorice paint. Once they were stenciled, I carefully removed the washi tape so the paint didn’t stick.

I added ribbons and sticker words to finish them. As a gift tag, simply write To:/From on the back with a short note. Or write a longer message on the back of the tags, and mail them to a special someone. These tags even make pretty bookmarks!

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In my large journal, I created a spread using the washi tape as a mask; but this time, I used a grid system and 4 colors with the black. After applying the washi tape, I painted the grid sections with the 4 colors and dried that. Next I stenciled Alphabetica with Black Licorice paint and carefully removed the washi tape, then dried the spread. And voilà!

I hope this post inspired you to try masking and stenciling using The Crafter’s Workshop Winter 2018 stencils or any of their other amazing stencils.

Thanks for dropping by The Crafter’s Workshop blog. You can also scoot over to my blog at arteverydaystudio.blogspot.com. Like I always say, “Art in the Studio makes every day a good day.”

Until next time, keep making art, friends!

Patty 😉

 

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