These little babies are fun to make and very addicting! Plus, if you use an old cotton shirt or denim jeans, you are upcycling, and making the earth a little greener!
You can use these fun tags on your scrapbook pages, a card, or even as a cool bookmark. The sky's the limit!
I've found that if you prime your cotton with some gesso, or even just some watered down white paint, you'll get better results.
Step 1: Using a tag as a template, I cut out a fabric tag.
Step 2: Prime your tag with some gesso or paint.
Step 3: Pick out a mask. I used 2 masks, the gear is Tim Holtz and the bird is a Heidi Swapp mask. If you don't have a mask, you could use letter stickers, or even leaves. Just lay them down and spray one of the mists over them.
Step 4: I stamped over my sprayed mask, then hit it with some silver embossing powder to give it some shine.
Step 5: Use another image or mask and take some ink and rub it over.
Step 6: The last step I did was I crunched up the tag, flattened it out then hit it lightly with some Ranger Distress Inks. Then I used a rubon for the word Quest.
That's it!! It's that easy. Rubons are great. Stamping, sewing, painting.... the sky really is the limit with these.
To finish off the tag, I added a piece of ribbon with a grommet:
A few more tag samples.
You'll notice these are a bit different. Let your creativity flow.
Add whatever you would like to these fun fabric tags. Great project to do with the kids these last few weeks before school.
Visit the Ally Scraps store to stock up on your stamps and ink supplies.
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Have a creative day!!