Welcome to March…Pam Bray here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Blog creating a fun little mixed media tag. Mixed Media Tag designed by Pam Bray featuring Ranger | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
Time to start creating and what better way but to grab some Tim Holtz fabulous products to create with! I am sharing a tutorial on how easy the Ranger Distress Oxides are to use along with Sizzix Dies and Stampers Anonymous Stamps to “create” a mixed media tag! Blending backgrounds with Ranger Distress Oxide inksBegin by die cutting a Sizzix Tag and Book Plate from white cardstock and chipboard. Apply Wild Honey to craft mat; spritz with water and drag white cardstock through the mist. Dry. Repeat with Picked Raspberry and again with Crackled Pistachio to create background paper. Remember to dry between applications. Creating a mixed media tag using Sizzix dies and Ranger InkDie cut prepared cardstock using one of the dies from Sizzix Mixed Media #5 Die Set. Adhere pattern paper to the top of chipboard. Mixed Media Tag designed by Pam Bray featuring Ranger | Creative Scrapbooker MagazineAdhere prepared background to top of prepared chipboard.Blending backgrounds with Ranger Distress Oxide inks Stamp doily from Stampers Anonymous Stamp Set using Cracked Pistachio Distress Oxide and Ranger Jet Black ink.Stampers Anonymous Stamp SetDesigning a mixed media tag using Ranger Texture Paste and Stampers Anonymous Stencil Lay stencil from Stampers Anonymous Stencil on top of the prepared tag. Apply textured paste to top with a palette knife. Dry. Mixed Media Tag designed by Pam Bray featuring Ranger | Creative Scrapbooker MagazineCut black cardstock slightly larger than prepared tag; distress edges using distress tool. Adhere prepared background tag to the top of black cardstock. Tim Holtz Rub-onsCover label that was die cut from chipboard with pattern paper. Apply Remnant Rub-on to the label. Mixed Media Tag designed by Pam Bray featuring Ranger | Creative Scrapbooker MagazineAdd the prepared label to the bottom of the tag.Creating a mixed media stencil using Ranger Distress ink and Sizzix dies Apply Wild Honey to craft mat; spritz with water and drag white card stock through the mist. Dry.
Repeat with Picked Raspberry and again with Crackled Pistachio to create background paper. Remember to dry between applications.
Die cut flower from Sizzix Tattered Florals Die. Detailed image of a Sizzix flower die on a mixed media tagLayer flowers together; adhere to top of the prepared tag.
Add small metal brads to the center of flowers.
Add twine bow. Mixed Media Tag designed by Pam Bray featuring Ranger | Creative Scrapbooker MagazineDie cut leaves from Sizzix Garden Green Die Set; adhere to tag.
Add small butterfly from Tim Holtz Botanical Layers Set to top of the tag. I hope you are inspired to create a mixed media tag, using all your fabulous Tim Holtz products!

Have a wonderful day everyone

Pam Bray Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
Pam Bray

To see more of Pam Bray’s work visit her blog – A Girl with Flair

Supplies:
Sizzix #662688 Mixed Media #5 Die
Sizzix 656938 XL Tag; Bookplate Die
Sizzix 661806 Small Tattered Floral Die
Sizzix 661206 Garden Greens Die
Ranger Distress Oxide Inks: Crackled Pistachio, Wild Honey Picked Raspberry
Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink
Stampers Anonymous: Stamp; Stencil and Doily Stamp
Tim Holtz Remnant Rub-ons
Tim Holtz Botanical Layers
Ranger Wendi Vecchi Crackle Textured Paste
Authentique Romance Collection
May Arts Ribbon Tan Twine
May Arts Blue and Gold Ribbon
Black Cardstock
Ranger Distress Ink
Metal Brads

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