Hi All, Kim Dellow here today with another tag to show you with some stamping and the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Stamper’s Big Brush pens.
So shall we get started with a splash of colour? I’ve cut a tag shape from card and stamped the swirls in Versamark ink and clear embossed. Then I added the colour directly on the tag and over the embossing with the Cobalt Turquoise 153 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen. The Stamper’s Big Brush pens are great for this as the large brush does mean you can cover large areas.
I stamped a little bit of texture over the embossed swirls with the Archival ink pad and the texture stamp, then I removed the embossing by covering the tag with a piece of spare paper and ironing over the top to melt the embossing onto the paper.
Next, I stamped the sentiment onto some spare card with torn edges and ran the Cold grey I 230 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen along the rough edges to add more definition to the sentiment. After adding the brads, I stuck the sentiment to the card tag with some silicon glue.
The butterfly was stamped on, then cut out from, spare card and coloured with the Stamper’s Big Brush Pens using both the Cold Grey I 230 and the Cobalt Turquoise 153. I shaped the butterfly around a paint brush and stuck it to the tag then set the eyelet at the top of the tag to finish.
Thanks for popping by.
Cobalt Turquoise 153 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen
Cold Grey I 230 Stamper’s Big Brush Pen
Archival Ink Pad Jet Black
Versamark Ink Pad
Clear embossing powder
Butterfly Stamp – (IndigoBlu)
Swirl Stamps – (Whimsy Elegant Flourish)
Texture Stamp – (Kaisercraft Clear Stamp - Checker Plate)
Sentiment Stamp – (Unity)
Eyelet setter and eyelet
Kim Dellow is a UK-based artist - crafter - blogger living in London. She adores dabbling in colour and form, mixing her media and stitching it all up. She loves to experiment, share and teach and spends the rest of her time writing articles for various craft magazines as well as working with a number of companies in the industry. When she isn’t at her work desk she can be found at her blog, or hanging out on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. So drop by and say ‘hello’ when you have a moment.