Dina Wakley MEdia Lucky Charm Tags by Megan Whisner Quinlan
Dina Wakley MEdia Lucky Charm Tags by Megan Whisner Quinlan

Dina Wakley MEdia Lucky Charm Tags by Megan Whisner Quinlan

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Dina Wakley Media | Mixed Media | Tags

In this tutorial, Megan Whisner Quinlan brings you in touch with nature as she shows you how to use the latest Dina Wakley MEdia products to make these charming tags that celebrate the coming of Spring.

Instructions 

Feeling a bit Lucky? 

The onset of spring conjures up green and welcome walks in nature. Four leaf clovers and finding some luck. Follow along to make these fun charming tags with the new Dina Wakley Media release! 

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Step 1: Use your Mini Blending Tool with Domed Foam to thinly spread some Turquoise around on your tags. No need to completely fill up the white space. Grungy is good.  

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Step 2: Blend some Evergreen Acrylic Paint through the Marks Stencils onto your tags, in a random pattern. It may be fun to switch up the design on each tag.  

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Step 3: Choose two profiles to stencil onto your tags with Black Gesso in the center of your tags. Grunge up the sides with your leftover paint with the Blending Tool to add dimension to the edges.  

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Step 4: Stamp the words with the Block Alphas Stamps onto white cardstock in Archival Black Ink. Cut out. 

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Step 5: Using the leaf stamp from the Not Subtle set, make several leaves to cut out. Spray the mounted stamp with a spritz of water. Color the stamp with the Evergreen Scribble Stick, and stamp onto cardstock. Allow to dry before cutting out. Grunge up the sides with your ink pad.  

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Step 6: Arrange the leaves around your profiles and the letters along the bottom. Glue down with Ultra Thick Gel Medium. Add some Ice Resin Sari Ribbon the the top of the tags. Optional: Here watered down Black Gesso was splattered onto the surface of the tag.  

 

 

 

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