Miss Witchy Poo Tag by Guest Artist Julie Nutting

Guest Artist Julie Nutting



Today’s post is by Guest Artist Julie Nutting. Somerset Place would like to thank her for her contribution and this amazing paper dolls project. 

It’s that time of the year again where we love to craft things all creepy and scary. I prefer to keep my crafting girly and fun no matter the time of the year. For this tag we will be using my Mia stamp from Prima Marketing Inc and a paper collection from Graphic 45 called Raining Cats and Dogs which happened to come in the perfect Halloween colors!

Supplies Needed:

Mia Stamp

Miss Witchy Poo Stamp Prima # 910822

Hat Stamp Prima # 910822

Acrylic Block

Prima Marketing Skin Tone Alcohol Markers

Assorted papers

Black cardstock

Paper with a neural text background

Assorted flowers

Black Archival Ink

Glue Stick

3D Dots

Paper Distress Tool

Tacky Glue

Black Stickles

 

Directions:

1. Gather supplies needed. I always like to lay out my stamps and papers that I want to use to make sure they all coordinate.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

2. Stamp doll on neutral-colored paper with text. I used the Buff paper pad from Prima.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

3. Color in hair and shoes with markers, colored pencils or whatever you’d like. Create a shadow on one side of the girl’s body with a skin tone alcohol marker. Cut out doll.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

4. Stamp clothes and hat onto papers of choice and cut out. Glue clothes to doll.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

5. I cut a 3 ½” x 8 ½” tag out of black cardstock. Clip the corners, punch hole in top. Use a border punch on bottom of tag.

6. Cut 3” x 6” rectangle of floral paper and a 2”x 5” rectangle of checked paper. Using scissors or paper distress tool, distress all edges.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

7. Cut small flags from paper scraps and glue down all paper pieces as shown.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

8. Stamp saying onto paper scrap cut out and glue down to black cardstock cut a bit larger than saying.

9. Arrange girl, saying and embellishments and glue down. I used 3 dimensional dots for girl and saying. Add some black Stickles to flowers and shirt ruffles. Tie ribbon through hole.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

 

Julie Nutting has been published in Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Studio Gallery, and Somerset Studio. To explore even more products by this talented artist, stop by the Julie Nutting Collection.

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Posted: Tuesday, October 6th, 2015 @ 9:21 am
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4 Responses to “Miss Witchy Poo Tag by Guest Artist Julie Nutting”

  1. Maureen Hayes says:

    I love Julie and all her amazing doll products (as well as her books!) so I was super excited to see this project. I don’t go for super scary Halloween either so this is right up my alley. I need to look through my craft room and get to making some if these cute and bewitching tags! Thanks Somerset for profiling such a great artist!

  2. Barbara Moore says:

    Cute tag! I just happen to have the stamp already, yippee. Will be trying this one for sure!

  3. Sue shahan says:

    Very cute. Can’t wait to start making this. Thanks for posting Julie Nutting & her fun project.

  4. Rina DePalma says:

    I love Julie Nutting stamps. My favorite is making gift tag/cards for family and friends. I’m sure I have this doll and hat….. need to go hunting in my craft room!

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Guest Artist Julie Nutting



Today’s post is by Guest Artist Julie Nutting. Somerset Place would like to thank her for her contribution and this amazing paper dolls project. 

It’s that time of the year again where we love to craft things all creepy and scary. I prefer to keep my crafting girly and fun no matter the time of the year. For this tag we will be using my Mia stamp from Prima Marketing Inc and a paper collection from Graphic 45 called Raining Cats and Dogs which happened to come in the perfect Halloween colors!

Supplies Needed:

Mia Stamp

Miss Witchy Poo Stamp Prima # 910822

Hat Stamp Prima # 910822

Acrylic Block

Prima Marketing Skin Tone Alcohol Markers

Assorted papers

Black cardstock

Paper with a neural text background

Assorted flowers

Black Archival Ink

Glue Stick

3D Dots

Paper Distress Tool

Tacky Glue

Black Stickles

 

Directions:

1. Gather supplies needed. I always like to lay out my stamps and papers that I want to use to make sure they all coordinate.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

2. Stamp doll on neutral-colored paper with text. I used the Buff paper pad from Prima.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

3. Color in hair and shoes with markers, colored pencils or whatever you’d like. Create a shadow on one side of the girl’s body with a skin tone alcohol marker. Cut out doll.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

4. Stamp clothes and hat onto papers of choice and cut out. Glue clothes to doll.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

5. I cut a 3 ½” x 8 ½” tag out of black cardstock. Clip the corners, punch hole in top. Use a border punch on bottom of tag.

6. Cut 3” x 6” rectangle of floral paper and a 2”x 5” rectangle of checked paper. Using scissors or paper distress tool, distress all edges.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

7. Cut small flags from paper scraps and glue down all paper pieces as shown.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

8. Stamp saying onto paper scrap cut out and glue down to black cardstock cut a bit larger than saying.

9. Arrange girl, saying and embellishments and glue down. I used 3 dimensional dots for girl and saying. Add some black Stickles to flowers and shirt ruffles. Tie ribbon through hole.

Guest Artist Julie Nutting

 

Julie Nutting has been published in Somerset Apprentice, Somerset Studio Gallery, and Somerset Studio. To explore even more products by this talented artist, stop by the Julie Nutting Collection.

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