Happy sleepy and lazy Sunday...or actually that should read I'm sleepy and lazy on this Sunday! Thanks for taking the time to stop by here today, and a big thanks to new commentors and followers!
Simon Says Stamp & Show wants to see a "Project With Heart" this week, and when I looked at my new Tim and Mario III's Snowflake Blue Print Stamp, I saw quirky hearts in the pattern so I just went with it. I had to use London Blue Dylusions Ink Spray, because it makes the best snowy background, and I couldn't help but add some wonderful Wendy goodness to the tag too, so this Wintery heartfelt tag will also be submitted to the Everything Wendy Vecchi Yahoo Group's Making Art Challenge #56 for making something "Holiday"...ish. Oh my gosh...it's December 1st! I am so not ready for the holidays to begin!!!
This simple tag was super easy and fast to make.
|Spray London Blue Dylusions Ink Spray onto a #10 Manila Tag. Use a paper towel to sop up the extra. It makes fabulous images. Dry with a heat tool.|
|Ink the edges and blank spots with Broken China Distress Ink.|
|Stamp the large and small Blue Print Snowflake images in Jet Black Archival Ink.|
|Place a Dylusions Snowflake Stencil on the tag and mist water through it. Wait a few seconds and sop up the water with a paper towel. Repeat until you have covered the tag. Dry with a heat tool.|
|Hand roll Wendy's Christmas Script image using Cobalt Archival Ink over various places on the tag.|
|Dab some Pearl Acrylic Paint Dabber onto your craft sheet, and use Snowflake images to stamp on the tag with the paint. Dry with a heat tool. Stamp the sentiment in various spots on the tag using Jet Black Archival.|
|Use Glaze Pens to color in the Blueprint Snowflakes, and to make a candy cane like border around the tag.|
|Apply Christmas Red, Diamond, and Black Diamond Stickles to the Blueprint Snowflakes and the border of the tag.|
|Dye heart buttons and brads with Snow Cap Alcohol Ink Mixative, using it directly from the bottle.|
From My Stash-heart brad, heart buttons
I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!