Gather supplies - Four #8 manila tags, Dina's white Gesso, paintbrush and Tissue Tape (any pattern).
I chose a small Word Key that had the word DREAM on it. I colored the key with Weathered Wood Distress Paint and then Mushroom Alcohol ink to create the aged appearance. The color helps "marry" the metal piece to the paper booklet.
I love how the ribbon turned out. I was able to create this look by pouncing the Distress Ink colors next to each other on the craft mat in this order: iced spruce, tattered rose, squeezed lemonade, iced spruce. I folded the 40" piece, 4 times (you could also pre-cut the 10" pieces), then laid the ribbon into the Distress Ink soaking up the colors and then drying.
tag one and two
tag three and four
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Products used in today's tutorial.