Mystical Tag with a Bright Background with Oleksandr

Hello! Today Oleksandr Azarov is here and I want to show you a small master class on decorating a tag. As a result, I get a mystical tag decorated with a plaster skull.

On the tag blank, I applied a texture paste through a stencil using a palette knife.

When the paste was dry, the tag sprinkled with water and added magic shakers (Polka Purple Magical ShakerOktoberfest Orange Magical Shaker), and also decided to add a few sprays: Canna Lily Burnt Orange Shimmer Spray, Hydrangea Blue Shimmer Spray I dried it with a hairdryer.

I add stamps to the background. I use transparent ink, sprinkle the resulting print with two powders Desert Moon Turquoise EP, Hollyhock Scarlet Plum EP(sprinkle with ink at random) and bake.

In my work, I will use elements cut out of paper. I will cut them out of the prepared paper. To do this, I took a sheet of watercolor paper, moistened it with water and randomly added shakers and sprays that I used to create the background. In the end, I added not much gold magic yet –Glitzy Gold. Drying with a hairdryer.

I cut out the elements from the paper and added a little powder for the embossing around the edges, I use the same colors as for the background.

I’m starting to collect the composition on the tag. For volume, I decided to add wooden branches, previously covered them with black gesso and sprays: Canna Lily Burnt Orange Shimmer Spray, Hydrangea Blue Shimmer Spray.

Using volumetric tape I add die cuts, an inscription and a plaster skull (I partially covered it with embossing powder Angel Wings Mauve EP.). And to the last stages, I added splashes of white paint and small balls-topping.

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  •  Transparent ink, stamps, cardboard elements, bulky tape, texture paste, stencil, palette knife, white acrylic paint, balls, plaster skull, wooden branches, black gesso.

Thank you and see you soon!

Oleksandr Azarov

My name is Oleksandr. I live in the city of Kyiv, Ukraine. I love scrapbooking and experiments)

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