Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags by Megan Whisner Quinlan
Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags by Megan Whisner Quinlan

Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags by Megan Whisner Quinlan

By: Ranger |

Dina Wakley Media | Mixed Media | Tags

Megan Whisner Quinlan shows you how using Dina Wakley MEdia Transparencies in your artwork can add extra interest and dimension to create these fantastic tags!

Instructions 

Adding transparent layers to your artwork can add extra interest and dimension. The new Dina Wakley MEdia Transparencies offer images for you to add to all your mixed media projects. Follow along to see how I created these tags.

 

Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 1 

Step 1: Spray some white tags with Turquoise and Fuschia Acrylic Spray. Allow to blend together and dry completely.

 


Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 2
Step 2: Using a Mini Blending Tool and White Gesso, stencil randomly onto the tags.



Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 3
Step 3: Cut out circular shapes from the transparencies to fit your tags and set them aside. 

 


Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 4

Step 4: Stamp your focal points onto the white cardstock with Jet Black ink and cut out. 

 


Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 5

Step 5: Choosing two coordinating colors to your tags, color your images with Scribble Sticks. Then add water with a brush to blend them out.  



Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 6

Step 6: Using some Ultra Thick Gel Medium, glue around the edges of the bottom half of your circles so that the top will be open like a pocket, and add them to your tags.  Allow to dry. 



Dina Wakley Layered Transparency Tags Step 7
Step 7: Glue some Collage Tissue words to your figures and slide them into your “pockets." For an additional flourish, add some ribbon to your tags.