Mybutterflykisses12 shows viewers how to make a vintage lady tag! First, You will need a stampof a vintage lady and some cardstock. Dab your stamp with black ink and stamp it onto card stock that is shaped like a tag. Next, you can stamp on vanilla script above the figure. Next, apply clear embossing powder to the tag and then heat this with a heating gun so it can set. Next, place an opaque stamped image of the same woman over the original on the tag. Cover the stamped image before you apply glimmer mist! Now with it covered, mist the tag with glitter. Pat this dry and use the heat gun to help dry. Now, use a paper edge distress-er on all of the edges and use distressed ink to write around the figure. Now take distressed ink and paint in the vintage woman's clothes wherever you want. Now take a Stampin Right marker and color in details such as ribbons and accessories. Now, apply to way glue to the card wherever you want and add on Martha Stewart fine glitter. Pat it off. Next, with Pigment powder, dip your brush in water then in the powder and paint fake flowers to give them color. After drying these flowers, add them onto the vintage lady tag using scrapbook tape. You can also add on trims of flowers, beads and ribbons. It's your choice! Decorate the tag as you wish and you are done!
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