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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…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! For today’s blog post, I’m sharing with you my Do Everything With Love Tag. To create my tag, I’ve used a variety of dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs, patterned paper from Simple Stories, a variety of products from Ranger Ink,  and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and learn how to recreate my tag at home. To start, you’ll need a tag that measures 3 1/8” x 6 ¼”. Select a piece of patterned paper out of the 6×8 Paper Pad – Simple Vintage Garden District from Simple Stories. Trace the tag around the piece of patterned paper. Cut the tag out. Punch a hole at the top of the patterned paper tag. Ink the edges of the tag using Walnut Stain Distress Ink and a blending tool with foam from Ranger Ink. Ink the edges…

Hi, Creative Scrapbooker fans! Pam Bray here today sharing a tutorial on how to create a monochromatic Image tag using Ranger Tim Holtz’s latest Speckled Egg Distress products. LOVE…the Distress Glaze and the color of the Speckle Egg…oh my! Photo 1: Spray white card stock with Distress Speckled Egg Distress Spray; dry. Photo 2: Ink edges using Speckled Egg Distress Ink. Photo 3: Lay Floral Layering Stencil on the prepared tag; apply Speckled Egg Distress Ink to top. Photo 4: Stamp background image using Distress Speckled Egg Ink. Photo 5: Apply embossing ink over top of prepared tag; emboss with Distress Speckled Egg  Emboss Glaze. Photo 6: Die cut doily and border from white cardstock; adhere to top of the prepared tag. Apply Distress Speckled Egg   Ink lightly to the top of the doily. Spray white card stock with Distress Spray; dry. Stamp the Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz Crazy Cat…

Hi Creative Scrapbooker Fans, Pam Bray here today sharing my Enjoy the Journey…Rule the World Mixed Media Tag. Most of us are on some type of lockdown because of the COVID -19 Virus and are looking to areas of help others or doing self-help like creating and expressing yourself through art. I created an easy tag by using products in my stash that you might also have in yours. I also included a few new ones that are easily available or that you might incorporate a product you have in your stash. I began by running a piece of mat board through my Xyron Creative Station Light using permanent adhesive. Apply Barn Door and Wild Honey Distress Ink on craft mat; mist with water and dab 5×8″ white card stock through inks. Dry. Adhere to prepared paper to the top of the adhesive mat board. Die cut the tag from…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! Today on the blog, I’m sharing my vintage/mixed media Create, Explore, Dream Tag perfect to add to a gift, give to a special someone in your life or add to an art journal spread. To create my tag, I’ve used a variety of dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs,  Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Super Stock a variety of products from Ranger Ink,  embossing powder from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite Springtime beverage and learn how to recreate my tag at home. To start, die cut the large tag from the Planner Essentials – 26 – Planner Pocket 4 – Tags & Toppers from Elizabeth Craft Designs out of kraft cardstock. Place the Story Telling Stencil from Elizabeth Craft Designs on the tag and put Texture Paste Opaque Matte from Ranger Ink through the stencil…

Hi Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Fans!!! Pam here today sharing a step-out tutorial on how to create your very own Blooming with Mr. G Mixed Media Tag! Mr. G is so stinking cute how can you resist him!!! You will find Mr. G along with my Scribble and Scratch Stamp Set over on the Blank Muse Stamp Site along with other fabulous products!     1. Apply Ranger Distress Tim Holtz Distress inks to top of the tag.  2. Stamp background from the Scribble and Scratch set using Archival Tuxedo Black Ink.  3. Lay Mr. G Heart Stencil to top of the prepared tag and apply distress inks. 4. Adhere a paper doily to the top of the prepared tag along with a fussy cut stamp image of Mr. G.  5. Stamp background image to the top of the prepared tag with white paint; dry.  6. Color Mr. G with Ranger…

Kim here with a fun project share using the Stampers Anonymous Merry Misfits stamps! Oh, how I LOVE these little guys! They are PERFECT for Christmas tags! The Misfits just make me smile and take a little stress out of the chaos of Christmas! Along with the Misfit stamps, I also used Ranger’s Simon Hurley Classic Flannel stamp, Distress Oxide Inks and a Shifter stencil! These products ALL play so well together! Have fun adding tags to your Christmas gifts this season! Maybe you could wrap up a Creative Scrapbooker Magazine subscription! Now THAT would be a sweet gift to receive!

Can you smell it …. can you feel it ….. ? Fall is here and that means Christmas is right around the corner. Oh, for a card/tag maker this is the “funnest” time of the year. Break out ALL your Christmas stamps and your favorite mediums and create until the reindeer fly. This is what I have started my “Christmas card/tag journey” with, for 2019. I pulled out 3 of my favorite “Art Impressions”,  Christmas sets then pulled out some of my favorite mediums, some paint, fiber, and ribbon. First I stamped and colored my images. Yes, because I love the light fastness of pigment ink I pulled out my “VersaFine” quick-dry pigment ink and stamped the images that I wanted to color. Coloring was easy with my artist quality pencil crayons and I used Gamsol to blend. Now for the tag background …. this was easy & crazy quick!…

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…

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! I’m thrilled to be back on the blog today sharing with you my vintage Thankful Tag perfect for that special someone in your life or to hang in any area of your home. The jumping-off point for my project was a variety of products from Prima Marketing Inc including their Autumn Sunset Collection.  Walnut Stain Distress ink and Blending Tool from Ranger Ink.  Stampers Anonymous tag. Variety of adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite Fall beverage as I share with you how to recreate my tag at home. To start, you’ll need to take a tag and reinforcement circle out of the package from Stampers Anonymous To start, trace the reinforcement circle from Stampers Anonymous for the tag onto the Beautiful Sunset patterned paper from Prima Marketing Inc. Cut the reinforcement circle out and make sure to…