Make a Wish Tag Tutorial

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This tag came together nicely.  I started out blending inks onto two tags, and then decided to combine them into one.

Tutorial with Distress Inks - Make a Wish tag (Marjie Kemper)

I used five inks to blend the colors shown below: broken china, tumbled glass, peacock feathers, mermaid lagoon, and chipped sapphire.

Ink blending with Distress Inks (Marjie Kemper)

Once they both looked like the one above, I spritzed one with water and stenciled on the other.

Distress Ink Blending with Marjie Kemper

After looking at both, I decided to chop up the watermarked tag on the left and use it to embellish the stenciled one on the right. I pulled out stamps, scissors, and paper punches and I used some old-school Tim Holtz filmstrip and some new-school Chit Chat stickers.

Work in progress - Distress Ink tags (Marjie Kemper)

I popped up the circle tag with some foam core so the sentiment would stand out.  I love how it looks like the words ‘make a wish' are on a see-through tag, but they're not!  They are on a small part of the second (chopped up) tag.

Make a wish tag with Distress Inks (Marjie Kemper)

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Using Distress Inks - Tutorial on Manila Shipping Tags (Marjie Kemper)


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