Today I share with you some Easter gift tags that I made for friends and family. Decided to stencil up some large hearts along with some pretty floral embellishments all from The Crafter’s Workshop.
Hope you enjoy what I create! 🙂
The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own
The Crafter’s Workshop used within this page:
TCW960 – Cosmic Music
TCW944 – Monarch Journal
TCW947 – Beaded Mandala
TCW937 – Rows of Lines
TCW966 – Marrakesh Tiles
TCW969 – Illusions
TCW971 -Framed Garden
TCW941 – Rainbow Montage
TCW945 – Starflower Net
TCW2208 – Precious Sentiments stamp set
TCW9004 – Light & Fluffy modelling paste
TCW9080 – Champagne Gold
TCW9038 – Antique Gold
TCW9062 – Lime Green
TCW9064 – Turquoise
TCW9065 – Fuchsia
TCW9066 – Orchid
TCW9067 – Gamboge
TCW9068 – Marigold
TCW9061 – Chartreuse
TCW9063 – Ocean Blue
TCW9084 – Platinum
TCW9070 – Terre Verte
TCW9025 – Plastic Palette knife
If you enjoy seeing a page come together quickly, you can just go ahead and watch the process video below. Captions within the video will tell you what products I have used along the way.
…here is how the page came together step-by-step…
1 – Begin by making a mask. Draw a heart onto a piece of paper, cut out the inside of the heart and tape the paper together. Use a new mask each time you stencil through to ensure no transfer of stencil butter from tag to tag.
2 – Using a blank piece of card in whatever colour you choose (I use black, white and kraft in the video) Place the mask over the blank card and choose a stencil and place the stencil over the mask. Stencil through with a couple of different colours of stencil butter each time to add a little interest
3 – Dry the stencil butter carefully and completely. Fussy cut the heart out and mount onto a sturdy second piece of card for stability.
4 – Using TCW2208 – Precious sentiments stamp, stamp out some pretty flowers and sentiments. I know hardly anyone will want to fussy cut these out… but yes….I enjoy that, so I cut a whole lot of them whilst I watched Netflix 🙂
5 – Arrange and attach flowers, ribbon and sentiments to the top of the tags and then you are ready to add them to whatever pretty presents you are gifting!
I do hope you have enjoyed this walk through of how I made these cute heart tags. Hopefully it gives you inspiration to make your own, or to try some of the fab TCW stencils and stencil butters in your next projects