VIDEO: Tag card

Hello! You made it. It’s FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!! On Wednesday, I blogged this card for the current Simon Says Stamp TAG challenge! Have you played? Why not? Get on it people!!! 🙂 I received a lot of comments and emails taking me up on my offer to create a video showing you guys how I made it! Well, here it is!!!!! 🙂 You can watch it here on the blog or over on my youtube channel in HD! All the supplies used are listed at the end of this post. (NOTE: I keep saying Peacock Feathers… Grr. I actually used Picked Raspberry)!!

I love creating custom colors with distress inks. Can you believe that I only used two colors (this and this) and this stencil to create the background?

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I didn’t have to use watercolor paper for the card panel and tag because I wasn’t going to use any water, but I love the texture from the paper and this is by far the best watercolor paper I have found and it’s pre cut… A lazy girl’s dream, lol… I have fallen in love with the sticky embossing powder…. Makes applying glitter so easy. And how adorable is that heart balloon. Yup, a coordinating die. See? I am sooo lazy! he he.

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So there you have it! I hope you enjoyed the video! I appreciate you all soo much! Thanks so much for popping by!

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4 thoughts on “VIDEO: Tag card

  1. This is just phenomenal! What a gorgeous creation in color and incredible design! This definitely has the WOW factor big-time!!

  2. I love all the sparkle on this card! Love your background, too…I laughed every time you said peacock feathers…it’s my fave of all the distress inks!
    Thank you so much for sharing your techniques with us, Laurel! Your card is really beautiful!

  3. Pingback: Simon Says Stamp Challenge: TAG IT | Paper Crafts by Laurel

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