Mixed media project – Hearts

Nine Mixed Media Hearts

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
Stencil butters
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


Dani x

To follow along on my arty adventures and/or view the complete supply list for this page, please visit my blog, my instagram page or the youtube description – here

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