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Easy Altered Tag


Altered Tag by Becky Thackston
Altered Tag by Becky Thackston

Welcome back, crafters - Becky Thackston here! I am thrilled to be sharing another fun and easy altered tag project with you all. Some of you may remember our previous altered tag tutorial using White Stucco and stamps

Well, I couldn't resist making another one, this time featuring our newest addition to the family - Otis, the puppy! 


Supplies:

Perfect Paints Polishing Plaster in Jack Frost

Perfect Paints Shimmering Acrylic Paint in Vintage Patina

49 & Market Vintage Artistry Serenity Laser Cut images

Craft Cardstock

Dollar Tree Peel and Stick

Pallet knife

Tim Holz Ideology Theories





Instructions:


Cut out a tag from cardstock
Cut out a tag from cardstock

  • Trim out the desired size tag from the craft cardstock

  • Use the tag as a template, I then cut out the peel and stick and adhered it to the tag

  • Using the pallet knife you will randomly layer the Perfect Paints Polishing Plaster and the Shimmering Acrylic paint onto the tag. This is always the fun part! There is no rhyme or reason...just layer and mix together.

Add Polishing Plaster SMA and Vintage Patina Polishing Plaster to the background
Add Polishing Plaster SMA and Vintage Patina Polishing Plaster to the background

  • Set aside to dry. Then I framed my picture in some of the left over cardstock,

  • I then layered my picture onto some stamps from the 49 & Market Laser cut pack.

  • Now just layer the embellishments as desired. I used a few leaf twigs from the Laser cut pack as well as some tiny butterflies.

  • To finish off the tag I used a journaling strip from the Tim Holtz Ideology Theories



Closeup finished tag
Closeup finished tag


Finished Tag using Perfect Paints
Finished Tag using Perfect Paints

Mixed media tag using Perfect Paints
Mixed media tag using Perfect Paints



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