Hi Friends and welcome the Creative Scrapbooker Blog today. Its Karan Gerber here to share a Christmas Tag that I designed.
I have been thinking of Christmas Projects and put together this Christmas Tag designed on the Time for Home Paper Collection from Ciao Bella Paper
I first of all need to apologize: I know when I often do a post for Creative Scrapbooker, I always have detail and process images for you to see how I created each step, i took images with my mobile and when I went to move them to my computer, I somehow lost them, I tried for hours to recover them but had no luck, so I apologize for that and hope that my description through the steps are ok.
Here is my Tag that I put together for you today! I love how it turned out, perfect for a Gift Box I started with a Graphic 45 Tag and Tag Die and I cut a paper from the Time for Home Collection:
I continued to layer two smaller tags which I cut from the collection, as well as one of the clocks; adding brads to the smaller tags coordinate with the Graphic 45 color of the tag I Let.
I decided to fussy cut some birds, lanterns and pine cones from some of the papers: and the title for the tag came from the Cover sheet of the A4 Creative Paper Pad and found a Blue Jay from the collection, fussy cut it out and used foam adhesive on to add some dimension to the birds Its difficult to create a project and not used some hand made flowers, so I decided to cut some Poinsettia and Holly Cluster Stamp and Die from Heartfelt Creations and colored them with Weathered Wood Distress Ink from Ranger: and I coloured the leaves Peeled Paint distress Ink also from Ranger Here is a better peek at the detail in the layers: I added some Prima Marketing Art Stones using a gel medium to add some added texture around the poinsettia clusters.
I love the mini Poinsettia Clusters and wanted to detail the poinsettias, I love how the Deco Art Snow Writer it just adds the perfect look for a wintery feel to any project. I just added this by using a small paintbrush, dipping it into the snow paste and lightly brushing it over the poinsettias and other areas of the tag I felt would look great with some added snow. Here is another peek at the flowers: I love how the snow paste tones down the color of the Distress Ink and adds a snow look to the flowers with just a light brush over. I hope you have enjoyed my project today!
Until Next Time,
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Ciao Bella Paper – Time For Home Collection
Graphic 45 Tags and Die
Heartfelt Creations: Poinsettia clusters stamp and Die
Art Stones – Prima Marketing
Gel Medium – Liquitex
Dress My Craft – Flourish Die
Snow Writer – Deco Art
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