Thursday, January 27, 2022

Sue CT Tag Inkables


I wanted to use some of my older items this week with the new Tag Inkables, so have used a bit of both. 

What I Have Used This Week

DistressInk Kitsch Flamingo

Distress Ink Dusty Concord

DistressInk Villainous Potion

DistressInk Mowed Lawn

Hero Arts Unicorn White Ink

Archival Black Ink

Ecoline Pens

Posca Pen

Bee Crafty Inkable Tag Stencils Sets 1, 2 and 3

Bee Crafty Ticker Tape Words Set 2

Bee Crafty Doodle Arts Stamps Butterfly Regular

Bee Crafty Doodle Arts Stamps Butterfly XL

Bee Crafty Doodle Art Stamps Bird

Bee Crafty Paper and Card Pack – Butterfly Ink

Mini Stapler

Gel Medium

Dina Wakley Tag size 10

Blending brushes

I started off this week by blending Kitsch Flamingo, Dusty Concord and Villainous Potion Distress Inks on a Dina Wakley Size 10 tag. Then I used the new Inkable Stencil Tags, sets 1 and 2 to add texture to the tag.


 Any waste ink left on the stencil I blended onto a second tag and will use that for another project later on. I chose one of the papers from the Butterfly Ink Paper pack and tore it into strips to fit on the tag and coloured the torn edges with the Villainous Potion Distress Ink that was left on my brush from the blending.


I then stamped a selection of the butterflies from the Doodle Art Butterfly stamps and coloured them with Ecolines. At the time I was intending using some of the flowers from the XL Bee Crafty Doodle Art Bee Set, so I stamped them as well, but I later changed my mind and added some more butterflies.


I cut the stamped images out and added some white detail to them with Posca pen.


I added some detail to the strips of torn paper using a stencil from Tag Stencil set 3 and used Mowed Grass Distress Ink to give the impression of grass.

 I added some white detail around the edges of the tag and in the centre using some of the extra stamps from the bird stamp set.


 I then stuck the strips of torn paper to the tag using gel medium.


After stamping the sentiment from Ticker Tape set 2, I cut them apart and attached them to the tag using tiny staples. Finally, I arranged the butterflies onto the tag and stuck the centres of the bodies down using gel medium.


Many thanks for looking at the blog today, I hope you have fun playing with the lovely new InkableTag Stencils.


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