last post, I showed how I used the Union Jack flag to stamp to with silver Distress Paint. In today's post, I used the same resist technique using the Tarnished Brass and the number stamps, Numeric.
One thing I wanted to point out is when you add the Distress Stain to the surface it will bead up on the painted portion just like it shows here.
Okay, so I have all my tags done...I stamped the tags 1-10.
"Lovely Leaves" stencil leaf stencil and her gold Embossing Paste. I like that these stencils have a semi-transparent surface so I can see the flourish image below and know I am laying the stencil right where I want it.
Remember to clean your stencil and scraper immediately after use.
I was cleaning out a drawer the other day and came across some pieces of corrugated cardboard. I cut two pieces to fit the tag size, one for the front and one for the back. I peeled off the outside layer of paper on the front cover.
Note: I did put some of the stain onto the non stick mat and lay the cover into the stain just to get some varying degrees of the pink color.
I chose an Ornate Plate for the job since it fit the cover perfectly.
Dry with a Heat it tool just for a minute to start the drying process.
I have to say, I love how one piece of cardboard can look so good and really make the whole project.
Cheers for a great day!