Hi Everyone, it's Ronda here today with you to share some easy tags using the Cut & Paste lines. I love the versatility of tags. With the school year kicking off, tags are great to have to have in your stash when you need a little something for a gift.
Supplies: Cut & Paste: Adorbs - Special: ''Unique' Paper; Adorbs-Story: Bits & Pieces Layered Stickers; Adorbs-Be: Chipboard Stickers; Adorbs- Decorative Tape; Phresh-Good Times: 'Decorative Stamps; Misc: Ranger Archival Ink, Maya Road Twine, Black Acrylic Paint, Gesso,
I knew the Adorbs Special Unique Paper had to be my background for one of my tags. I just completely adore it but wanted it tone down just a touch so my chipboard pieces would stand out. I used some waterdown gesso to create a light wash over this beautiful paper.
Next i added the "B" side of the paper as a topper to my tag along with some decorative tape, I then added some small black paint splatters and stamped the Phresh Good Times images on the background. I love that pop of black sitting in the background.
After getting the background just right, I added in the chipboard saying, tucking in the speech bubble tale into the layered sticker. I love how these two statements naturally go together. To finish this card, I simply tied soem black twine to the top bringing the black all around the tag.
Supplies: Cut & Paste: Adorbs - Special: Sticker Sheet; Adorbs-Story: Bits & Pieces Layered Stickers; Adorbs - Hello: Enamel Dots; Adorbs - Loved: Decorative Buttons; Adorbs-Be: Chipboard Stickers; Misc: Ranger Colorwash Spray Ink, Dylusions Spray Ink; TCW Stencil, Modeling Paste, Maya Road Twine, Acrylic Paint
This UR2 Cute Tag began with some modeling paste and a stencil on a manilla tag. Using the Cut & Paste Adorbs line as inspiration, I colored in the background with blues, yellows, and greens. I left some spots open with no color letting the manila peek through the background.
Next I layered on the pink pennant sticker and the UR2 Cute layered sticker in the center of the tag. To give the tag more punches of color I scattered the enamel dots in the background. I also added some chipboard flowers that are similar in color to the main sticker. I added that extra green button to the sticker drawing your eye to the phrase.
I keep all my tags in a little basket ready to add to a girft. I usually write my sentiments on the back of the tag and use the twine to tie it to the gift. How do you store your tags?