Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Galaxy Love Tag

Hello all Cathy here with a Galaxy Love Tag.
 This was such a fun tag to make. It really does look like a galaxy!




Stamps used:
Other Supplies:
Tag
Assorted colored inks
White acrylic paint
Pink and white pad
Pink cardstock
Heart die or punch
Holographic twine
               
                     
Start out by die cutting some hearts from pink cardstock or if you have a large punch it would work.  I used 2 different size heart dies for this.

 Stamp the hearts with  Faded page text by Terri Sproul and with pink ink. Edge them with the same pink ink. Set aside.
 Now we are going to start to make our galaxy tag. I used a pink, purple, 2 blues and a yellow to make the colors for the galaxy.
 This is what it looks like when you are done adding color.  After you are happy of how the colors look, then you can start  blending some black around the colors to create the galaxy.
Next add splatters of white paint and begin stamping the star with white paint, randomly around the tag.
 Adhere the couple to the side of the tag along with the hearts we made earlier. Use the holographic twine to make them look like they are suspended.


I hope you enjoyed this galaxy love tag.
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