Two Fun Tag Tutorials by Natalie May

Hello to you all!
Natalie here sharing a couple of simple but effective tags I created using the new
June Color Challenge Special Release Mist set.
What I love about making a tag is being able to try out a new idea or technique on a smaller scale.
Like everyone else, I don’t always know the exact outcome when it comes to working with pastes and mists so this is a great idea!
This first tag is soft and glittery, and I was inspired by the lines of the mask.
The addition of flowers, and the sequins over the Imaginarium Designs chipboard just adds to the softness creating something that I think is lovely.
Here are a few simple steps for creating the ‘always be you’ tag:

Here are a few close ups of the tag:
I have used the same technique to create this next tag but this time I added a new element … embossing powder…
Here are the easy steps I used to make this tag:




 And a few close ups ….



I hope that you have a go at making a couple of tags to try out new techniques … it’s lots of fun, and now I feel more confident in using these techniques on a layout or a canvas.

Have a great day!



10 thoughts on “Two Fun Tag Tutorials by Natalie May

  1. Both the tags are so gorgeous..loved the textured base with awesome colors and the embellishments balance them perfectly ! Thanks for sharing the steps !

  2. Thx sooo much for your quick response. I follow your blog/site all the time…very creative people!!

  3. Hi there! Country living was a set specially made to match a Fab Scraps Collection a while back. It’s no longer sold as a set. However you can still purchase the sprays that make the set separately: Creme Brûlée Cream, Mission Bells Brown, Dark Chocolate truffle, Clam Bake Beige and Midnight Rendezvous Raven. Hope that helps!

  4. Good Morning, I recently purchased your Starburst spray set in Country Living however, I can’t seem to find it on your website?

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