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Friday, September 30, 2016

{Mixed Media Tutorial} Angel Tag with PanPastels by Susanne


Hi everyone. Susanne writing today and it's time for a new tag tutorial. I used PanPastels for this one.


Step 1: Color the cardstock with blue and brown:



Step 2: Use the Bubbles stencil together with VersaMark ink, and add another layer of color. The PanPastel pigments will stick to the embossing ink.





Step 3: Add some texture with the Mixed Media Grunge and Mixed Media Elements stamp sets.



Step 4: Draw an easy angel image, or use a stamp of your choice. Cut it out and color it with pastel pencils.



Step 5: Cut "happy" with the new CUTplorations die and add some washi tape and black splatters to the tag.



Step 6: Glue your angel down and give him an halo.



Step 7: Finally sew a frame around the tag. If you don't have a sewing machine you can draw a doodle frame as well.





Thank you for stopping by today.
xx Susanne

Products from STAMPlorations:
CUTplorations "happy"
ARTplorations Bubbles stencil
ARTplorations Pebble Waves stencil
STAMPlorations Mixed Media Grunge
STAMPlorations Mixed Media Elements

9 comments:

  1. Sweet tag! Awesome stenciled background, and I love the 'happy' word die!

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  2. Wonderful post today Susanne and your drawing skills are AWESOME!

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  3. What an awesome tag - love the use of the layers of chalk with versamark ink - thanks for the inspiration!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. Thank you for your lovely comments!!! Hugs, Susanne.

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  5. Gorgeous Susanne! Love the background, love the angel...

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