Monday, September 25, 2023

How to Create a Watercolor Stamped tag

 Hello!  Chris here today and  I am excited to share this colorful tag I created using both rubber and clear stamps! How fun it was to mix both kinds of stamps on my project.

I started by layering distress inks on my surface. 

After spritzing inks with a bit a water I laid my tag into the ink. 

Just look at the gorgeous colors! 

I then grabbed two of my favorite stamp sets. 

I Brake for Stamps Florals Sheet Flowers for you Bouquet Happy Birthday Thank you SB132B

Using the  Florals Sheet Flowers for you Bouquet Happy Birthday Thank you SB132B  from I Brake for Stamps, I stamped the floral image repeatedly onto the tag and then heat embossed the images.

Grabbing my Beyond the Border Mixed Media Set 1 CLEAR Stamps designed by Pam Bray from Blank Page Muse, I stamped two borders onto the tag. You can see the first border below. 

I finished my tag by matted the tag onto black cardstock and then adding a die cut butterfly and a die cut "hello" 

I hope you are inspired to get creative with your stamps and papers from Blank Page Muse and I Brake For Stamps.  Don't forget to use my discount code BPMChris. 


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