So, I started with two of the jumbo tags that linda sells in the Funkie Junkie Boutique and cut one of them down to a smaller tag using the Tim Holtz die. The very tiny tag is from my stash.
I then took the largest tag and painted it with arcylic paint then used the Wendy Vecchi Vintage Mesh background stamp and stamped without an acrylic block using pale blue acrylic paint.
I stencilled some dots using the Wendy Vecchi Polka Dotty stencil with blue acrylic paint and when the paint was dry I replaced the stencil but off set it slightly and then stencilled over the top with a pale pink acrylic paint. The result is that a shadow is created around the dots.
I carried on stencilling, using the Tim Holtz Measuring stencil and Wendy Vecchi's Polka Dotty stencil and a tiny circles stencil.
The stencilling was carried over to the smaller stencil and then I started to stamp. I used the little swirl stamp from the Artistic Outpost Serenity stamp set using Archival Cornflower Blue ink. I then stamped some text using the same Archival ink.
The main image is from the Artistic Outpost Generation Redux set and I've stamped it onto some card that's been painted with a pale cream acrylic paint. I've then cut the image out. The sentiment is from the Quote and Quotables set and I've used Cornflower Blue Archival ink. The resin rose was painted with acrylic paint and then I brushed over it with some metallic wax. I also painted the key with acrylic paint and dabbed it off using a baby wipe. The clock button is from the Prima Lyric button set.
I painted the resin plaque, that started it's life as pink, with blue acrylic paint and also brushed some metallic wax over the top.
The ribbon on all three tags is seam binding that I've dyed with Archival Cornflower Blue ink.
I hope you've enjoyed today's step x step.