Hello beautiful people! I finally had the time to create an organizer for my ephemera, tags, embellishments, etc. I just had it with using too many trays and it is taking too much space on my desk. This is easy for me to just flip through the pages and not getting up all the time to get the trays. I have so many paper bags and tracing papers so I decided to put it to good use 🙂 This way I’ll be more productive.
I made this junk journal tags two months ago and gave it to my daughter’s teacher as a thank you gift for being such an awesome teacher.
Hello friends! This mixed media tag will be available on my Etsy shop next week. The size of the tag is 3 1/8 x 6 1/4 inches. Thank you for looking.
Hello! Here is another simple tag I’ve created. I’m not feeling a bit well so I decided to create something that is simple and will not take a lot of time. Instead of using acrylic paint, I applied distress ink, honeycomb and circular stamps using the stamp sets from Stampers Anonymous Tim Holtz that I just bought at Michaels. Before I did any stamping and distressing, I applied gesso first on both sides of the tag. I hope you like it. Thank you for looking.
Hi everyone! I had fun creating this tag/bookmark. I love how the background colors blend together. The tag is from Tim Holtz Alterations tag collection from Sizzix (2 3/8in x 4 3/4in). I used dylusions paints from Ranger ink for the background and splatter some black, white, blue, red, and yellow acrylic paints to add interest. Dylusions paint are blendable and dries quickly to a matte finish which I like and the fun part is using my fingers to blend the colors. Instead of smoke coming out from the chimney I stenciled star shapes using texture paste and used my kids star stencil. For the house, I used textured cardstock and applied acrylic paint and stenciled it with texture paste using Tim Holtz layering stencil. I also added sentiment stickers from Tim Holtz idea-ology. For the final touch I outlined the house, stars, and sentiments to make the whole thing pop. I hope you like it. Thanks for stopping by.