12 Tags of Christmas! Home for the Holidays!
During my recent trip to Texas, I was surprised by some gorgeous Christmas Tags on display created by two of the designers at Big Mouth Scrappers! They were sharing with me the tags they created for an upcoming class using Perfect Paints!
Here is the first of twelve tags i will be sharing with you each day! Each one is quick and easy and can be easily adapted using whatever dies or supplies you have around the house! Perfect Paints are easy to use, and apply to just about any surface!
Home for the Holidays Tag!
Perfect Paints Products used:
Shimmering Matte Acrylic Paints
White Stucco texture medium
Polishing Plaster texture medium ~ Dried Cranberries
Diecut painted trees by Wendy Vecchi
Sizzix Dies - RIckety House
stencil for house
White flower soft
Paint the background of the tag using two colors of Shimmering Matte Acrylic Paints in Peacock and Rainstorm mixing each with a 50/50 ratio of Perfect Glaze Medium to create a more transparent background. Let dry.
Distress the edges of the tag using Ranger distress inks [tumbled glass & iced spruce]
Stamp Snowflakes onto tag using Iced Spruce ink. Let dry
Diecut a house from chipboard using the sizzix house die and cut in half.
Paint the bottom half of the house using Shimmering Matte Acrylic paints - Halo [white]
Paint the roof using a palette knife and Perfect Paints Stucco - let dry
Paint the roof using Shimmering Matte Acrylic Paints - Shadow - let dry
Apply Polishing Plaster texture medium through a stencil using a palette knife onto the white house. Let dry
Attach white flower soft to strips of paper to create snow. Add white flower soft to the house and trees
Ink edges of the s now with distress inks [tumbled glass & iced spruce]
Completing the tag
Attach the house, layering the snow along the bottom,
Attach one of the trees behing the house. Add the second tree
Pop Dot a layer of snow along the bottom
Wet a small piece of seam binding adding some rainstorm/peacock Shimmering matte Acrylic paints - spray with water to color ribbon. Let dry and attach to top of tag!
Thank you for dropping by - be sure to check back tomorrow for another Christmas Tag!