Friday, December 2, 2016

Winter Cabin Ink Dipped Christmas Tag with Infinity Engraving LLC

Hey y'all!  Todays project is a Christmas Tag featuring chipboard snowflakes from Infinity Engraving LLC.  I make a variety of these tags every year and give them as gifts to use as Christmas ornaments.  I try to personalize them, especially for the kids, and you can make them as elaborate or as simple as you want.  I start these with an ink dipping technique and heat dry them.  Expect it to curl up as you heat dry it; it will flatten back out as it dries.  If it's still cool to the touch, it's not dry yet.  Having the tag completely dry is important before moving on to the next step.  If you stamp on cardstock that isn't quite dry, the image can blur out and lose the crisp edges.  After stamping the cabin, I stamped and heat embossed my sentiment.  If the tag was still wet or had any moisture anywhere, the embossing powder would stick where we didn't want it and that can ruin the project.  Here is the link to the video tutorial on my YouTube channel if you want to see how to make this project and learn the techniques I used.  My supply list is below.

Supplies:
Ranger Manilla tags
Distress Inks: Blueprint Sketch, Brushed Corduroy, Evergreen Bough
Artistic Outpost: Midwinter stamp set or
Altenew Winter Cottage
Memento Tuxedo Black
MISTI
Versamark
Ranger Liquid Platinum embossing powder
Penny Black Rejoice with Joy stamp set
Wow Sparkling Snow embossing powder
Infinity Engraving Chipboard Snowflakes
Judikins Sticky Stuff embossing powder
Glitter Ritz Mystique glitter
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid glue

I hope you try out these techniques and have fun creating!  Check out Infinity Engraving LLC for tons of chipboard, wood shapes, and ornaments, perfect for creating personalized gifts.  Thanks for stopping by to visit.  Don't forget to subscribe so you never miss out.

Merry Christmas and much love,
Jasmine

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