Clearly the Right Words Tag Project

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Fun and quirky — but also inspiring — I was very excited to create a collection of tags using Dyan Reaveley’s latest set of clear stamps.

These tags are a perfect pick-me-up gift for a friend, and can be easily added to a card or package. They can also be hung on a pin board for inspiration or creatively displayed around your home.

Clearly the Right Words Tag Instructions:

Start by spritzing a blank tag with Dylusions Spray Inks in Pure Sunshine and Bubblegum Pink. Place a piece of scrap paper beneath the tag so you don’t get ink all over the place. While the ink is wet, mix the colors with Mini Ink Blending Tool.

Once you are satisfied with your composition, add a spritz of Funky Fuchsia. Let the ink dry.

Next, mix some yellow acrylic paint with texture paste. Use a palette knife to stencil on patterns and texture.

When the mixture of paint and texture paste dries, stamp flowers onto the tag with embossing ink and sprinkle with Distress Embossing Powder. Shake off excess powder, and then set with a heat gun.

Add some randomly stamped doodles.

Finally, stamp words onto the scrap paper, cut out, and attach them to the tag.

Repeat to create more tags.

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Fun and quirky — but also inspiring — I was very excited to create a collection of tags using Dyan Reaveley’s latest set of clear stamps.

These tags are a perfect pick-me-up gift for a friend, and can be easily added to a card or package. They can also be hung on a pin board for inspiration or creatively displayed around your home.

Clearly the Right Words Tag Instructions:

Start by spritzing a blank tag with Dylusions Spray Inks in Pure Sunshine and Bubblegum Pink. Place a piece of scrap paper beneath the tag so you don’t get ink all over the place. While the ink is wet, mix the colors with Mini Ink Blending Tool.

Once you are satisfied with your composition, add a spritz of Funky Fuchsia. Let the ink dry.

Next, mix some yellow acrylic paint with texture paste. Use a palette knife to stencil on patterns and texture.

When the mixture of paint and texture paste dries, stamp flowers onto the tag with embossing ink and sprinkle with Distress Embossing Powder. Shake off excess powder, and then set with a heat gun.

Add some randomly stamped doodles.

Finally, stamp words onto the scrap paper, cut out, and attach them to the tag.

Repeat to create more tags.

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