Welcome to the Graphic 45 blog, we are excited to share a fun and creative way to add a unique touch to your paper crafting projects. In this video tutorial, Anna Sigga will show you how to make stamped tags using the gorgeous Flower Market paper collection. Stamped tags are great for gift tags, scrapbook pages, or even as decorations for your home. They are easy to make, and with a little creativity, you can personalize them to match any theme or occasion. So grab your favorite stamp set and ink pads, and let’s get started!
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Stamped Tag Tutorial
By Anna Sigga
“Hello fellow crafters!
I am ready for spring-like things, especially beautiful flowers and sunny days.
So I decide to create spring-inspired mixed-media tags using Graphic 45 stamps.
I wanted to create a subtle mixed-media background for the tags, and I decided to use the Script and Argyle stamp set to create that effect. I went with green ink to match the Flower Market papers I had chosen and a bit of yellow.
I love using large stamps and stamping them without a clear block cause that way, you get a very vintage-looking and worn background.
I then added the images I had already picked from the journaling cards pack, ephemera pack and one of the pattern papers to the tags.
I inked everything with the same ink, and of course, I had to add a bit of dimension with adhesive tape.
Lastly, all the tags needed were a ribbon and pearls to finish my creations.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and don’t forget to share your creations with us.”