Our former designer, Sharon Martinelli, made these winter tags to attach to some presents, using tons of Lindy’s Stamp Gang products. Very distressed and shimmery! Here are some close up shots….
I used clear embossing powder yo stamp the snowflakes on this one, some Van Dyke Sepia Moon Shadow Mist, and on top a layer of Cactus Gold Glitz Spritz.
The angel in the middle I colored using Grab a Guy Gold Starburst Spray, and for the snow flake I painted the largest one with white acrylic paint, then sprayed it with Cactus Gold Glitz Spritz. For the smaller snow flake, I used a glitter acrylic paint from my local craft store and painted the raw chipboard with it.
For this next tag I pretty much did the same thing, except of course I used different colors—Stormy Sky Distress ink on the base of the tag, topped it with Cactus Gold Glitz Spritz, and for the angel I used Afternoon Delight Denim Starburst Spray.
In this next one I used Forrest Moss Green Distress Ink, and on top I sprayed with my Cactus Gold Glitz Spritz. I colored the angel with my Green with Envy Green Starburst Spray, and for the smaller snowflake instead of glitter paint, I used some Diamond dust. I just love the distressed look on these tags!!
For this last tag, I switched things around a bit, and embossed the snowflakes using Lindy’s Stamp Gang Embossing Powder in the color Kaiser Russet Red, and sprayed the white medium chipboard with my Cactus Gold Glitz Spritz.
This is a simple way of getting a lot of tags out using your Lindy’s products. You can watch a video with details of these tags:
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