Inktense Tag Trio

Jennifer McGuire
Inktense Tag Trio

Learn how to make these paper-crafted tags with these free instructions. Make a card to go with it from one of the many designs on our web site.

SUPPLIES: Cardstock: (Desert Storm, white) Neenah Paper; (red, yellow) Bazzill Basics Paper Patterned paper: (green vines from Bright Side 6x6 pad) Lawn Fawn Rubber stamp: (Paisley Crystal) Impression Obsession Clear stamps: (smooches, heart outline from Puffy Hearts set) Technique Tuesday; (house, window, door from Where the Heart Is set) Simon Says Stamp; (stem, flower from Doodle Flowers) Jane's Doodles; (sentiment from Bee Mine set) Paper Smooches; (sentiment from Airplane Greetings set) My Favorite Things Dye ink: (Soft Sand, Butter Bar, black) Hero Arts Watermark ink: Tsukineko Embossing powder: (white) Hero Arts Color media: (white pen) Uni-ball; (assorted watersoluble pencils) Derwent Cumberland Pencil Co. Accents: (pearls) Hero Arts Fibers: (red/white twine) Lawn Fawn Die: (tag) My Favorite Things Finished size: each tag 2 1/2" x 4"

SMOOCHES TAG
1 Die-cut tag from cardstock.
2 Stamp Paisley Crystal on cardstock.
3 Trim stamped panel slightly smaller than tag; adhere.
4 Stamp smooches on tag; emboss.
5 Stamp heart outline on cardstock. Color with pencils.
6 Scribble over heart with wet paintbrush; let dry.
7 Trim heart and adhere to tag.
8 Hole-punch tag and tie on twine bow.

I HEART YOU TAG
1 Die-cut tag from cardstock.
2 Trim patterned paper slightly smaller than tag; adhere.
3 Stamp stems and flowers on cardstock.
4 Trace stamped images with pencils and wet paintbrush. Let dry.
5 Stamp sentiment on panel. Trim and adhere to tag.
6 Adhere pearls.
7 Hole-punch tag and tie on twine bow.

COME HOME SOON TAG
1 Die-cut tag from cardstock.
2 Trim cardstock slightly smaller than tag; adhere.
3 Stamp house, windows, and door on tag.
4 Run wet paintbrush over pencil; paint house.
5 Color windows and draw grass with pencils.
6 Color heart and door knob with pen.
7 Stamp sentiment on tag; emboss.
8 Hole-punch tag and tie on twine bow.

 

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