Hi crafty friends! Today, I'm sharing three Holiday tags that feature dimensional "snow". The snow was created with texture paste and a Gina K. snowy stencil. I used a plastic palette knife to apply the texture paste through the stencil onto each tag. The images on each tag are by Lawn Fawn and were colored with my zig clean color real brush markers. You can see how I colored in the images from my day 5 video of my Holiday card series. The night skies on each tag were created with chipped sapphire and black soot distress oxide inks.
Each tag is composed of two layers. The front layer tags are the actual Lawn Fawn scenes. The back layer tags were made with solid colored card stock. The bottom of the back layer tags feature the sentiments, which were white heat embossed. These sentiments come from the Lawn Fawn Offset Christmas Sayings stamp set. I added a coordinating colored tag reinforcer around the holes of each front and back tag. Be sure to check out the video below to see how these tags came together! My video showcases creating tags without a tag die, stenciling with texture paste, ink blending and scene building.
Tag one features images from a Lawn Fawn stamp set called Winter Village. For this scene, I stenciled the texture paste over the stamped images. This mimics the look of snowfall in front of the village.
Tag two features images from a Lawn Fawn stamp set called HO HO HO HO Holidays. The roof line was created with a simple brown strip of card stock. The chimney is a die cut by CottageCutz. I decorated the roof with some string of lights by Lawn Fawn.
My final tag features images from the same Lawn Fawn HO HO HO Holidays stamp set. This is a super simple scene with Mrs. Clause and a reindeer standing on a stitched snowbank. The top of the tag was decorated with some more string of lights.
To purchase the supplies that I used in today's blog post, check out my video description!