Monday, 28 August 2017

Monochromatic Tags with a Pop of Color

Hello everyone! This is Deepti Stephens and today I would like to share a few 'monochromatic tags with a pop of color' with you all and that pop of color would be Red! ;) I used a bunch of cute images for my project today.

I started by stamping all the cute images on white card stock and water colored them with a slight touch of grey and brown colors, you can hardly see it in the pictures!

While the images was drying I went ahead and die-cut the second largest 'tag' from Timholtz's Tag Framelit Dies collection by running through the Big Shot Express Machine.

Then I stamped Pixels stamp on all the tags at an angel in Memento London Fog Ink.

And in the next step I added tiny droplets of black paint

Once the paint dries, I adhered all the cute images as shown above

Now for the pop up of color, I drew a few red hearts with Prawn Color Copic Marker.

Next I added sentiment strips at the top of the tags!

To give more depth and to complete the design I added the circular die-cut along the hole of the tag! I think I did make some sense in explaining the 'hole' thing!! :P

(stamps used : pixels, giraffe mini and furry friend)

Here are the few shots of the tags and I just love how they turned out! :)

(stamps used : pixels, zinnia, purely sentiment brushed and whaley love)

(stamps used : pixels, hippo baby, capture and sail away)

And that's all for today. Thank you so much for stopping by and also don't forget to participate in our current challenge where the theme is Spotlight Technique


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  1. Fabulous cards and looks so much fun.

  2. I am a big fan of tags Deepti and these are so striking.

  3. I love these. Thanks for inspiration. I love the touch of red. Keti

  4. Thank you so much everyone for your sweet comments :)

  5. Lovely selection of tags! I'm not sure why I rarely make them - they look like fun! :-)