Die cuts & Stickles = fun!
One thing I love about creating art tags (and one of the main reasons I make them) is the small surface because it allows me to use all those smaller things that may not make it into my art journal, like stickers or die cuts!
Die cuts are something I try to hold back on (like washi tape!) because they are SOOOO many pretty ones everywhere but… There is no use. My collection is just building up 😛
To justify buying them, let’s just use a few then shall we…?!
Watch the video tutorial below and let me know your thoughts on this with a comment below (scroll down to the bottom of the page) as I always love to hear from you! And if you want to learn mixed media with me, make sure to check out my online workshops and my No Shenanigans book/E-course, I’d love to share my knowledge with you 🙂
With love and sunshine,
Art supplies used:
(click on blue links if you want to buy the same ones)
- Shipping tag
- Americana Acrylic Paint: Bahama Blue, Sour Apple, Lemon Yellow, Dragonfruit, Sea Breeze
- Stazon inkpad Jet Black
- Darkroom Door Dots Stamp
- Makeup sponges
- Tim Holtz Slate stencil
- Darkroom Door Polka Dots Stamp
- Memento Luxe inkpad Wedding Dress
- Pentel Oil Pastels
- Prima Marketing Foil Transfer Sheet – Something Berry
- Washi tape & die cuts – unknown
- Liquitex Gel Medium
- Stazon inkpad Stone Gray
- Darkroom Door Criss Cross Stamp
- Stickles Crystal
As always, Mimi, a wonderful tutorial. Tags are totally awesome. Thanks for sharing.
Glad you liked this art tag Kathy, thank you ☺️
Love all the layers that you used. Great looking project, as usual! Aren’t tags fun?
They sure are Sharon, can’t believe it took me so long to try 😀
Mimi, I love this tag! So fun to use the die cuts too! Thanks again for sharing these videos of your work; it’s always so fun to watch you work!
You are welcome Michelle, so happy to hear you enjoy all my hard work 🙂
Thanks so much Mimi, you’ve given me all the inspiration I need to make my own gift tags for the Christmas presents I have made. I love the way you work.
I’m so happy to hear I have inspired you Jennifer!! Thank you so much for your comment 🙂