Today, I am sharing a tag project using the Snow Day stamps & coordinating dies. There are more projects using this set over on the Lawn Fawn Blog, as well as a giving away.
I absolutely love making tags. They are smaller than a card, making it easier to find balance. Sometimes cards are just too big for some stamps.
I wanted to watercolor different shades of blue onto watercolor paper. I tend to do this when my husband is watching something uninteresting (like football) on television. So I watercolor, let it sit overnight, ready for me to use in the morning.
The reason why my stamp is smeared...is because I stamped my sentiment, then sprayed the paper with a shimmer spritz, and it totally activated the watercolor & the ink, making it run. I still like my project. But I guess the lesson I take away, is spritzing shimmer before you stamp?
So far, I have a nice little stash of holiday cards ready to be used for Christmas, which makes things a whole lot let stressful around that time.
Lawn Fawn Snow Day stamps & diecuts
Lawn Fawn Snow Day pattern paper
May Arts ribbon
Lawn Fawn trimmings
Lawn Fawn stitched rectangle die
Lawn Fawn 3x4 stitched journaling die
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L 3D Foam Squares