This Dress Form Tag Tutorial is to inspire you to use those scraps of fabric you might have. By paring the Dress Form Chipboard piece with stamps and fabric a super cute tag is created. Get out your supplies and follow along in this tutorial.

Dress Form Tag Tutorial

Dress Form Tag Tutorial Video

Supplies used for the Dress Form Tag Tutorial.

Using items from the Sew Artsy Subscription Box, dress form chip board, and scraps Linda shows you how to create this cute dress form tag to use in your journals.

Dress Form Tag Tutorial

Using sewing themed stamps, the black on white inspirational words, with scrap pieces Linda created this cute journal tag. She took the chipboard dress form that is included in the sew artsy subscription box and applied Distress Oxide, rubber stamped image, some lace, button and rhinestone to dress it up.

Dress Form Tag Tutorial

Adding several elements such as the white on black inspirational words, fabric pieces, and lace will give your tag a very personalized look. Layers of different items can also give charm and texture. Great way to use up those bits and pieces.

Dress Form Tag Tutorial

Here you can see Linda blended walnut stain distress ink on the edges of the tag and used sewing themed stamps for the dress form tag.

Dress Form Tag Tutorial

Fabric pieces can be glued or sewn into place. Change up the thread in your sewing machine to add a touch of color.  Here you can see two examples that Linda created using several items from the Sew Artsy Subscription Box

Dress Form Tag Tutorial

Get our your scraps of fabric, stamps, and fibers to create your own dress form tag! What scraps would you use to create your own dress form tag?

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