Good morning TCW Crafter’s
Relax and enjoy!
Today, I make some bright and cheery tags with stencils and modeling paste from The Crafter’s Workshop. I am still really enjoying embossing and love how a stenciled image looks when heat embossed. I hope you like what I have created…. Please enjoy!
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 products used within this page:
TCW2332 – Daisy Spread slimline stencil
TCW2431 – Beach Rules sign stencil
TCW9009 – Black modelling paste
TCW9025 – Plastic Palette knife
If you enjoy seeing a page materialise 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 – Start with some blank shipping tags. Any brand but I have just used plain Avery brand in this tutorial
2 – Using TCW2332 – Daisy Spread slimline stencil and Versamark embossing ink, stencil through onto the tag. Only cover about 2/3 of the tags surface leaving the right hand side blank.
3 – With colourful embossing powders add two toning colours of embossing powder to the ink and heat emboss until all the powder has melted leaving a beautiful enamelled effect. Repeat for all the tags using a variety of pairs of colours.
4 – Once the embossing is dry, grab stencil TCW2431 – Beach Rules (or any other word stencil from TCW – perhaps TCW623 – Life words or TCW585 – Inspired words) Stencil through a single word from this stencil with TCW9009 – Black modeling paste. Dry the entire tag before moving forward.
5 – Using Dina Wakley Media splatter a variety of toning colours across the tag
6 – Add a black and white stamped butterfly above the lettering and a thin black satin ribbon tie.
I hope these bright tags brings a smile to your face and a bit of inspiration to get you sitting at your craft table! would love to see what you create with the fab stencils and modelling pastes from The Crafter’s Workshop.
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
2 thoughts on “Mixed Media Art tags – Relax”
These tags are beautiful! I love all the bright colours and watching the video has really cheered me up. Thank you! Xxx
What lovely tags! Thank you x