Sharing a quick Scrapy Tag Using Gel Prints and Punches Tutorial today. Using Gel print scraps and a few punches I show how to make a quick tag that can be added to a journal or even put in a greeting card as a gift. Would make a great bookmark too.
Scrapy Tag Using Gel Prints and Punches Tutorial Video
Supplies Used for the Scrapy Tag Using Gel Prints and Punches Tutorial.
- Gel Print scraps
- Cardstock scraps
- Paper Studio Tag punch
- Heart Punch
- Distress Ink, Black Soot
- Blending Tool
- Bline Designs Stamp Postmark
- Brilliance Graphite Black Ink
- Eyelash yarn/trim
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Words – White words on Black
- Scraperfect Large No- Clog Writing Cap
- Best Glue Ever By ScraPerfect
Grab some gel print scraps and adhere these to a scrap of cardstock. Don’t worry about the direction you apply these, just glue them down. Being able to use up these tiny scraps is so fun! I feel like I’m not wasting anything. Cut into a long strip and use the tag punch. If you don’t have the tag punch, you can always just trim the corners off and punch with a Crop a Dile hole punch and eyelet setter or a standard hole punch.
Use a punch or even a die shape to cut out a heart. Don’t have a die or punch, you can also just free hand cut one out. I’ve even printed a template for a heart shape that I liked in the past.
Apply distress ink around the edges of the tag shape and the heart.
Cut a piece of eyelash yarn and lay on the tag, then adhere the heart on top of the trim using Aleene’s Tacky glue.
Select a strip of gel print and cut it to fit on the tag, adhere with Scraperfect’s Best Glue Ever using the Large No-Clog Writing Cap.
Select a word and adhere on top of the strip of paper.
Tie eyelash yarn through the hole at the top of the tag.
See how easy this Scrapy Tag Using Gel Prints and Punches Tutorial was? I know you can make one too.
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