How to create mixed media christmas tags



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I cut my tags from Sizzix tag die cut but you can use just regular tags.

Gather your chipboard pieces and emboss them with your favorite color embossing powders. I used golds, patina and chocolate hues.

Spritz Coloration sprays on your mat and swipe your tag over randomly, heat set or dry naturally.

Here is one of the tags.

Some of the tags I used stencil and sprayed different colors.

What I love is each tag looks completely different. Using AA's Mud through the stencil provides some nice texture for your tags.

Using Distress Ink, I edged all the tags.

Then just add your embossed chipboard pieces and scraps of coordinating Christmas paper in layers for interest.

Stickles were added here and there for more sparkle.

Flowers, pearls, charms etc. can be added .

And there you go, little pieces of art to give with your special gift to your loved ones. Wishing you a Merry Christmas filled with blessings.

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