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Lovely colors, Super fun tag! I like your bakers twine for your stem. :)

Pretty tag! Love the pink bg. I was wondering how the HS shine looked, I like it! Love the flowers you stamped and your twine stem. TFS and sharing:-)

Pretty tag! Love the pink bg. I was wondering how the HS shine looked, I like it! Love the flowers you stamped and your twine stem. TFS and sharing:-)

@yellowcherrios, the Wedding Cake paint is just the name of the white paint.
@looser, when I was typing the instructions sheet for this tag, I couldn't believe how many materials I used! Wait unti the you see the April list!
Thank you everyone for the kind comments!

Lots went into this--materials & technique, yet you kept it simple-looking.

Good job!

The pink is really pretty! Is the wedding cake paint really used on cakes!? I like how that paint it "3D". Like the twine too!

TFS!

Project - March 2013 Tag
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Project - March 2013 Tag
by SWEETly Made
posted 03/28/13 at 07:23 PM
Galleries: Stamping

March 2013 Tag

Supplies
? White rectangular tag
? Heidi Swapp Color Shine in Primrose
? Button
? Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface High Gloss Acrylic Craft Paint in Chamomile and Wedding Cake
? Twine in green/white and yellow/white
? StazOn Jet Black ink
? Sequins
? Hampton Arts Green ink
? Fiskars Petals From Scratch clear stamp set

Instructions
1. Mist the tag with Color Shine. Use a foam brush to spread the color until the tag is evenly coated. Let dry.
2. Thread the button with yellow/white twine and tie in a bow. Adhere the button to the top right corner of the tag. Pencil out rays around the button to make a sun. Fill the rays with Chamomile paint. Let dry. Then use the Wedding Cake paint to outline the rays. Let dry.
3. Stamp three different flower stems along the bottom of the tag in the green ink. Stamp two smaller flowers with StazOn ink. Paint the inside of the smaller flowers with Color Shine to get a darker pink color. Stamp the bigger flower with the Chamomile paint. Let dry. Overlay the larger flower stem with green/white twine. Adhere a sequin in the middle of each of the two smaller flowers.

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