Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Tag Tutorial

Hello Guys!

This is our first post for Mixed Media Mojo. Here's a little something about us before we begin sharing our project.

My mom Sunila and  I Aditi , started Dots to Lines and our forte is home decor, mixed media, scrapbooking and altered art. Sunila has a diploma in commercial art, and displays her artworks in various galleries across the world. She has also worked as a Graphic Designer at Hameed Mugal, Kenya.  With a MSc. in Clinical Psychology and Dip. in Special Education,I  took up arts and crafts since school days and also practiced art therapy when working with children with special needs. I have also completed an art course from School of Visual Arts, New York. 

Crafting, thus has been a part of daily activities mostly in the form of various altered projects, or making gifts.  We are into paper-crafting, layouts, journaling, card-making and scrapbooking. Our style of art and craft is a fusion of techniques and usage of vibrant colours. We aim to spread joy. 

Today, we’ve created a mixed media tag on the theme of the January Challenge- New with the twist clocks.
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Sit back and enjoy:)!
Supply List-
Corrugated sheet (from leftover packaging),
Sizzix- Tag Die
Prima- Vintage Clock Die, die cut on old book paper
Cheerylynn Designs- Flourish 8, die cut on blue glitter foam
Its Bitsy- Swirly Hydrangea, die cut on white cardstock
Peek-a-boo-designs-Happy doe, die cut on old book paper
Mudra- Geo pattern stencil
Prima Art Basics- White Crackle paste
Gauge/Cheese Cloth
Lindy’s Stampgang Sprays- Marigold Yellow Orange, Sassy Sapphire, Prima Donna Purple, Hi Maintenance Magenta, Plumeria Pink, Ocean Breeze Blue
Lace
Flowers
Glue
Jute piece
Ribbon Distress Ink- Chipped Sapphire- To distress our sentiment.
What cardstock.
Step 1:
Die cut the corrugated sheet and a piece of white cardstock with the tag die. Begin scrapping off paper from the corrugated sheet at places.



Apply white crackle paste through a stencil to add textures and dry.
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Step 3:
In the remaining spots apply white heavy gesso randomly covering the brown.
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Step 4:
Start playing with colours. Add randomly and stop when you feel good :)!





Step 5:
Step 5:
Assemble all the die cut elements, gauge, jute piece, lace and sentiment and stick them when you’re happy. 


Step 6:
Add some flowers! Mount it on the white cardstock tag and tie some ribbons to complete your tag!   




Hope you enjoyed this tutorial. We have a video for the same.
Looking forward to your projects for the challenge!


Step 6:Add some flowers! Mount it on the white cardstock tag and tie some ribbons to complete your tag!   


  

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