As we approach Autumn, I thought it would be fun to share a way to make a simple tag that can be used for gifts, as a place card, or even attached to a card base. By using a few simple techniques, you can make a bunch of these tags quickly, and save them for when you need them.
Skill Level: Beginner
Time: 15-20 Minutes
Die cut a tag out of Kraft cardstock. Cut a piece of Bristol Smooth Cardstock that is a little larger than your leaf stamp.
Stamp your leaf with VersaFine Clair Ink in Pinecone.
Apply Clear Mboss Embossing Powder to the leaf, shake off the excess, and heat set.
Using Memento Inks in Pear Tart, Dandelion, Tangelo, and Morocco, apply using a blending brush. The colors should fade into each other and cover the entire leaf. The photo above shows the leaf not completely inked.
Die cut the leaf using the coordinating die, or fussy cut it.
Place the leaf on the tag to help determine where you will add Tear It! Tape. The Tear It! Tape will be used to add stripes of embossing powder. I applied 2 strips.
Sprinkle on Shimmering Night Sky Mboss powder on to the Tear It! Tape, shake off the excess, and heat set.
Ink the edges of the tag with Rich Cocoa Memento ink and a blending brush. You could also do this step before you add the Tear It! Tape.
Splatter on Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Gold all over the tag. Let dry
Ink a small sentiment with VersaFine Clair Pinecone ink and stamp it on the tag.
Apply foam squares to the back of your leaf to raise it off of the surface of the tag and adhere it.
Add some ribbon or twine to the hole in the tag.
I think this tag is so pretty and festive. You can easily use different colors of Memento inks or different embossing powder colors to completely change up the look.
• Sizzix/Tim Holtz: Framelets Tag Die Set
• Kraft Cardstock
• Strathmore: Smooth Bristol Cardstock
• Stampendous: Jumbo Leaves
• Simon Says Stamp: Tiny Words
• May Arts: Organza Ribbon
• Blending Brushes
• Foam Squares