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Mixed Media Spring Tags by Maya

Greetings! It's Maya here on the blog today to share two mixed media tags featuring the chipboard tag and chipboard shape embellishments. I absolutely love Clear Scraps chipboard embellishments because they are great to use on any craft project from tags to layouts or even home decor pieces. 


▼ I started by tracing the chipboard tags on the patterned papers, cutting them out, and adhering to the chipboard tags with tacky glue.


▼ I decided to give the background some texture by using the stencils along with modeling paste. The stencils I used on these two tags are 6" Monarch Butterfly and 6" Quarterfoil


▼ After the modeling paste dried, I started the layering using tearing papers, tags, and chipboard embellishments (cog gears & fancy butterflies) . I usually try different ways of layering until I feel great with the layering. And then I will take a picture for my reference later on when everything is ready to be glued. 


▼ Here I added splatters by using spray stain for extra colors on the background.


▼ For the chipboard embellishments, I tapped them on the watermark ink pad, sprinkled white embossing powder and heated with a heat gun.


▼ When all the elements are ready, I started to adhere them to the tags. I also added some lace ribbon pieces and small ephemera like butterflies and little word titles for extra touches.


Thank you all for stopping by today! I hope you are inspired to get crafty with your Clear Scraps supplies. Have a great day!

Additional products used: 
Patterned Papers & Ephemera: Craft Smart (Floral Romance)
Modeling Paste: Liquitex
Spray: Ranger Distress Spray Stain 
Ink: VersaMark Watermark Ink
Embossing Powder: Stampendous
Adhesive: Scrapbook.com Double Sided Tape & Foam Tape, Aleene's Tacky Glue


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