Make a Key Holder with Metal Dog Tags

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By Kyriakos Pachadiroglou

Use two SHEETmetal dog tags to easily make a key holder that is colored with StazOn inks. Attach metallic gears and charms on the tags using Goosebumps texture spray that works as a glazing medium too.

 

Skill: Beginner

Time: 30 Minutes plus drying time

 

Directions:

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Step 1

Place Tear It! Tape on one of the two SHEET Metal tags and glue together.

 

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Step 2

Remove the protective film and with the help of the sponge daubers color the surface using the StazOn Ultramarine, Timber brown and Black cherry ink pads.

 

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Step 3

Let it dry for a few seconds and secure the colors with a layer of GlazOn using an InkBlusher.

 

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Step 4

Deep a wooden stick in the bottle of the GooseBumps and place a thick layer of the medium on the tag. Place the charms and let it dry.

 

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Step 5

Color further the metallic charms with the StazOn ink pads and again secure with the GlazOn.

 

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Step 6

Add a chain or a key holder lobster and a ring.

 

Art Supplies:

Imagine

SHEET Metal – Dog Tags

StazOn – Ultramarine, Timber brown, Black cherry

GooseBumps Dauber Top Bottle – Original

GlazOn – Clear

InkBlushers

Sponge Daubers

Tear It! Tape

 

Other

Metallic gears and charms

Ring and lobster lock for key holder

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