Steph Ackerman is here today with her layered mixed media tag for Wings On Wednesday.
She used not only various Tattered Angels paints but also Pure Mistable Papers.
Tattered Angels Pure Mistable Paper Seersucker is a textured paper like no other. The slightly raised grooves are the perfect place to capture the paint and create an illusion of multiple colors. Perfect for mixed media projects, paper flowers, card-making, die-cutting and more
See how Steph used the TA paper, paints and 7g wings in her project.
I wanted to create a sweet, colorful and inspirational tag using an assortment of Tattered Angels Mists.
Steph used these materials for her tag:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze – Sweet Pea, Kelly
Tattered Angels Baseboard – Cardboard, Sunburst
Tattered Angels Chalkboard – Sprout, Amethyst
Tattered Angels High Impact Paint – Rose Gold, Kraft
Tattered Angels Mistable Paper
Canvas Corp Burlap
7gypsies Architextures Parchment Rub-On – Inspire
7gypsies Lace Trimmings
7gypsies Architextures Findings – Angel Wings
Create a tag from Mistable cardstock and spritz with Sunburst mist. Add several drops of Kelly Glimmer Glaze and spritz with water, allowing the glaze to run.
Spritz with Amethyst Chalkboard Mist and some water, allowing the colors to run.
Using your fingers, edge the tag with Kraft High Impact Paint and Cardboard Baseboard. Add a Rub-On phrase in the corner.
Mat the tag with cardstock. Adhere a strip of 7g Architextures pattern paper to the left side and add a strip of burlap.
Stamp the girl silhouette twice and color her with markers. Paint her dresses with High Impact Paint in Rose Gold and Sweet Pea Glimmer Glaze. Fussy cut 2nd dress and add atop the first image.
Paint the angel wings with High Impact Paint in Rose Gold and edge with Sweet Pea Glaze.
Adhere the wings to the stamped image.
Adhere flower in the upper corner. Finish by threading lace ribbon through the hole. Your tag with winged girl is ready!
For more inspiration from Steph, make sure that you visit her blog and Instagram.
Happy crafty Wednesday!
November 6, 2017 @ 6:41 am Karen Merseal
I love it!
Nice colors and easy enough for beginners.