Makin’ tags…..part 1

Hello TCW Fans…..
How are you enjoying the NEW RELEASE of stencils??
I’m having a BLAST playing with them!
I’m also having a blast playing with some NEW TEXTURES
with my NEW STENCILS!!

Today, I am going to share with you
2 of the 4 tags I recently created!

I cut my tags from Core’dinations Heavyweight 110lb White Cardstock.
This paper is AMAZING….
it’ll take all the liquid you can give it and pretty much
retain it’s shape!! Lynne Forsythe

For my first tag I used
TCW494s ~ Trapezoid Flower.
I applied both Metallic Gold Embossing and Crackled Texture Pastes
through the stencil.
When dry, I then spritzed the tag with Kraft Glimmer Mist
and painted on a bit of Blue Bubbles Glimmer Mist
over the Crackled texture paste. Lynne Forsythe

I then ran a bit of Watering Can Archival Ink over the entire tag face. Lynne Forsythe

When dry, I then embellished the tag with Petaloo flowers. Lynne Forsythe

For my second tag….


I used TCW486s ~ Labyrinth Stencil
and a bit of translucent embossing paste.
I then created a tie-dye effect by spritzing
various Glimmer Mists and letting them run together.


Once again…..
I embellished the tag with
Petaloo flowers, burlap and a bit of jute


I hope you have enjoyed my tags….
’cause I sure had fun making them!!
Make sure to stop back later this month for my other 2 tags.



The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member
Lynne Forsythe

8 thoughts on “Makin’ tags…..part 1

  1. Gorgeous tags, I love them all. especially to see the products used with each tag. Not always sure what product to use. I love the first most of all. New at this stencil so all the tutorial pictures are welcome.

    1. Pattie, THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH for your kind words. Love trying new products and sharing what I learn with others. GLAD to have helped you!!

    1. THANK YOU tons and bunches Dawn…..I sure had lots of fun playing….can’t wait to share the next two tags I created!!

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