Monday, June 08, 2020

Grungy and Colorful Tags

Hello creative friends! How are you all keeping? Vero (@vero.kt) is here with two new colorful tags  that I hope you like. I have been playing with some of the new stamps. Mixed media marksTextured Sea Creatures and Grungy Butterflies .



 

 We begin. They are very easy tags to make. I have cut in watercolor paper, to give them a different shape, but it is not necessary. In my case, the paper is smooth and hot pressed.

 

 

 

 

The next step is to color with different pigments (as if they were watercolors) to gradually form the background. You can use acrylic paint, watercolors, inks, whatever you like best.



Now we add textures and depth with black permanent ink, prints here and there. I have also used to stamp oxide inks. With stencils and textured paste with a crackle effect we integrate the different elements.If like me you are a lover of embossing, it should never be lacking in a background.




Now it's time to stamp and color our stamps.I finally decide to use Textured Sea Creatures and Grungy Butterflies .




After stamping and coloring, the funniest part comes, the composition and we would finish with our cards. 





Now I leave you some photos with details of the project.





 



Here are the Rubber Dance Stamps I used:









Grungy Buterflies



I hope you enjoyed and don't forget to visit regularly. The team has amazing inspirations every day, just for you.

Verónica.

5 comments:

  1. Sin una pasada súper bonitas.

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  2. The shaped backgrounds are beautiful with all the colors and fab texture:) So much gorgeousness to look at!

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  3. Una maravilla ver tu paso a paso. Ya en directo para morirse debe ser 🖤

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  4. How amazing are these!!! Thank you so much for sharing a tutorial. I so love how these turned out!

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