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August Tag by Connie!

Hi, Connie here to share my August tag with you.  I used an acrylic tag by Clear Scraps and Stazon ink to create tag full of "Joy".

Aug tag_clear scraps_c. mercer

Clear Scraps products used: acrylic tag, mini Sunflower  shape, 6X6 stencils (Fruit of the Spirit, Chicken Wire) and 3X12 stencil (He Lives).

Other products: Faber Castell, Stazon, Beacon, acrylic paint, patterned paper and trim.



  1. Remove plastic film from both sides of the acrylic tag.
  2. Using a sponge apply white Stazon ink to the front of the tag. Let dry.


  1. Sponge on the brown Stazon ink for the ground.
  2. Sponge on the blue Stazon ink for the sky.
  3. Use the He Lives stencil and sponge on the sun with orange Stazon ink.
  4. Using black Stazon ink and the chicken wire stencil by Clear Scraps, sponge over the front of the tag. Let dry.
  5. Mask off the “Joy” word and stencil it on the bottom of the tag. Highlight the letters with white acrylic paint, using a small brush.
  6. Sponge brown Stazon ink to the stem of the flower and green Stazon ink to the leaf.
  7. Cover the flower with pattern paper. Adhere with Beacon 3-IN-1.
  8. Outline the sun with black acrylic paint using a small brush. Highlight with white acrylic paint in the center of the sun.
  9. Add dots, on the sun, with Faber Castell/Texture Gems.
  10. Adhere button and trim to tag.

      Thanks for stopping by~

Connie Mercer/DT Member



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