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Guest Designer Zoya creates a Beautiful Tag

Hi Readers,

This weekend the young artist for the blog decided that she wants to create a Tag. She cut the Tag using the MFT dies Tag Stax, using the Neenah White Card Stock.



After cutting the Tag she used various Tim Holtz distress inks to create the background. She then splattered a few drops of water on the background to add texture.

After that the young artist created her own stencil using a small punch and piece of scrap card stock and then layered embossing paste on the tag to create a selective texture.

Next she used the image from MFT stamps and colored the image using Copic Markers (Thank you Online Card Classes for grooming her). 

She stamped the sentiment from 'I love Donut' stamp sets from Simon Says Stamp to finish of the tag. She adhered the images to the tag using some Foam tape.

Will catch you soon with an update on all cards created using the 'I love Donuts' stamp set from Simon Says Stamp.

Luv
Murtuza

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