Peace Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fans!!
Pam here today sharing how to create a Mixed Media Peace Christmas Tag!!! So let’s celebrate Christmas in July!!! Die cut one snowman from the Snowman Box Die; adhere scarf and snowman together. Apply embossing ink to snowman; apply Marshmallow Rock Candy to top; place carefully into melting pot. Turn melting pot on and allow embossing powder to melt.
Repeat for scarf using Berry Mojito Rock Candy. (Allow embossing powder to cool before removing form melting pot.) Place Argyle Stencil on tag; apply Peacock Feathers Distress Ink to top. Apply Antique Linen Distress Ink to top of prepared tag.
Lay Bubbles Stencil on prepared tag; apply bead gel to top with palette knife; dry. Lay Speckles Stencil on prepared tag; apply Picket Fence Distress Paint to top. Dry.
Cut piece of pattern paper to fit behind tag; adhere together.
Add prepared snowbank and snowman to top of tag. Die cut tree from Woodland Thinlit Die from pattern paper; adhere under snowman. Adhere pattern paper to foam; die cut “Peace” from Vintage Tidings Thinlit Die. Add to prepared tag. Die cut arms, hat, and nose of snowman from matboard and pattern paper; adhere pieces to snowman. Add black gemstones. Die cut Paper Snowflakes from pattern paper; add to front of tag. Place enamel dots in center of snowflakes. Tie metal “winter” adornment to tag with twine. Die cut Crochet Thinlit Die from pattern paper; adhere underprepared tag. Adhere metal store adornment to top of the tree.
To see more of Pam Bray’s work visit her blog – A Girl with Flair
Ranger Glossy Accent
Ranger Picket Fence Distress Ink
Sizzix #661605 Vintage Tidings Thinlit Die
Stampers Anonymous Stencil: Argyle, Bubbles, Speckles
Emerald Creek Craft Supplies: Berry Mojito and Marshmallow Rock Candy
Emerald Creek Craft Supplies: Eggnog Crème Aroma
Winter and Star Adornments
Golden Glass Bead Gel
XL Chipboard Tag
Ranger Melting Pot