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Fall Tag by Wendy Price

September Feature Tag by Angel!

Angel here with a September Tag . I used a Chipboard Tag from Clear Scraps along with other Items.

Clear Scraps September Tag Angel LeBouef

Clear Scrap Products Used- Chipboard Tag, Mascils Mask/Stencil My Joy

Other Supplies Used-  Graphic 45 Time to Flourish 8x8 Paper Collection, Tim Holtz Walnut Stain, Heidi Swapp Metallic Texture Paste, Recollection Rhinestones, Prima Flowers-Guava Peony Brahms, Prima Lovely Fabric Leaves, the Paper Studio Die cut Gold Doily, Brown Sheer Ribbon, Twine, Scotch ATG, Scotch Quick Dry Glue, Pencil and Scissor.

Step One-

   I choose the September Pattern Paper of the Graphic 45 Collection. I then traced the chipboard to the paper using a pencil. Then I inked the edges of the paper with the walnut stain.

Clear Scraps September Tag Angel LeBouef Step 1

Step 2-

Using your ATG tape Runner adhere the pattern paper to your chipboard tag.

Using the Joy Boarder Stencil and the metallic Texture Paste I then placed the branches with leaves on the top corners.

Clear Scraps Steptember Tag Angel Lebouef Step 2

Step 3-

Cut out the elements from the paper collection sheet to use as your embellishments. Don’t forget to ink the edges with walnut stain. Then Cut the gold Doily in half placing it on each side of your focal point (which is the September card).

Clear Scraps September Tag Angel LeBouef Step 3

Step 4- Continue to layer your pieces of your cutouts to your liking. I added the Twine bow on the cutout tag, Prima flower and Leaves, Rhinestones and cut butterflies from the collection.

Here are a few close ups of how I layered my pieces if you like to follow along.

Clear Scrap September Tag Angel Lebouef close Up 1 Clear Scraps September Tag Angel Lebouef closeup 2 Clear Scraps Designer September Tags Angel Lebouef close up 3

Angel LeBouef-Clear Scraps Designer


You can download the PDF file for this September Tag below!

Download Clear Scraps -September 2016 Tag -Angel Lebouef

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