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Sunday, 23 July 2017

How To Create A Mixed Media Tag With Best Glue Ever





Hi all

I am a guest designer for ScraPerfect this month. ScraPerfect  Manufacture adhesives and other crafting tools, here is a link http://scraperfect.com/




Step one, Apply Brusho powder to blank tag

Take a blank tag and sprinkle Brusho powder onto the  card and use a paint brush with a little water to cover the tag with ink.

Step 2 Take Cheese cloth and dye with ink

Cut a couple of strips from cheese cloth and sprinkle Brusho powder over the top. Apply water to activate dye and leave to dry.

Step 3 glue cheese cloth to tag with Best Glue Ever

Add small blobs of Best Glue Ever onto the tag and adhere the cheese cloth.

step 4 apply texture sand paste

Apply DecoArt Texture Sand Paste to bast of tag and a little over the cheese cloth.

Add beads and shells using Best Glue Ever

Glue seed beads and small shells onto the tag using ScraPerfect Best Glue Ever. Once dry remove any tacky areas using the ScraPerfect Perfect Crafting Pouch.



Fill a mini glass bottle with seed beads and adhere to tag.


Finish tag by adding some seaside themes stamps to the tag .


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20 comments:

hive of creativity said...

Katie this is lovely! Leanne x

Kim Lippincott said...

Love your tag!

Shelly K. Hein-Simmons said...

So beautiful -- your background is perfection!

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Katie this is a stunning tag. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Michelle Wells said...

What a BEAUTUFUL tag!

Brawny said...

Great tag Katie x

Ayoti Mittra said...

What a fabulous tag. Your tutorial is excellent. Thank you for sharing. Hugs
Ayoti xx

Cathy Clowes said...

Stunning tag Katie, thanks for the fabulous tutorial. Cathy x

Tracy Welham said...

Fabulous tag. I've never thought of colouring cheese cloth with Brusho, thanks for sharing. Creative Blessings, Tracy x

crafty-stamper said...

Fabulous tag and texture -like Tracy never thought of colouring cheescloth with Brushos-great tip love the step by step and little bottle of seed beads
Carol x

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Leanne

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Kim

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Shelly

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Jackie

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Michelle

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Lea

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Ayoti

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Cathy

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Tracy

Yes you can mix them with water and use it as a dye or an ink

Katie Lamb said...

Thank you Carol