Hope you managed to tune in to the Imagination Craft's show on Hochanda T.V. Channel earlier this evening at 8pm. to see our lovely Sue demonstrating some fabulous new products. The new Starlight Waxes are so gorgeous, such beautiful colours and they can be used in a variety of ways, a very useful product to have in your crafty stash.
Tonight I am sharing my Daisy tag with you, which was shown on the programme tonight. As you may know I have been given a challenge by Sue to make tags, using all the stencils Imagination Craft's have designed over the years lol!! Thirteen made - just another 200 or so to go ha! ha! it may take me a few years lol! anyway here is one of them, hope you like it. I apologise for the poor quality of the photographs ahead of time as they seem to be a little out of focus, I am not a good photographer lol!
Cut out a tag shape from white card and paint all over with the Sax blue Starlight paint. When dry, punch the top corners of the tag with the Martha Stewart corner punch.
Lay the daisy stencil on to the blue painted tag shape and dab the rich gold Starlight paint through the design. When that is dry, stamp the Art Lace stamp on top of the daisy pattern, using a spray of water on the stamp first, then dab some orange oxidized Starlight paint onto the stamp and stamp this on top of the rich gold daisies.
Take some dark green card and cover with Diamond Sparkle Medium. using a brayer or spread over the card with a metal spatula. When this is dry. lay the daisy stencil onto the back of the Sparkle Mediumed green card and using a pencil, draw around the flower outlines. Remove the stencil and cut out each petal.
Fix this to the painted blue tag, using sticky foam pads. Glue this to a slightly larger white tag. (I cut out my own shape but you may be lucky enough to have a large tag die).
Fasten some green organza ribbon and lace through the hole in the top of the tag. Colour a piece of white card with the Sax Blue Starlight paint and turn over, then lay the daisy stencil onto it and draw around two whole flowers and one half flower, using a pencil. Cut out these flowers and glue in position on the tag front.
Die-cut three stamen from white card and glue one to the centre of each flower.
Glue a blue gemstone to the centre of each stamen. Make a stand from white card and glue to the back so the tag can be stood up. This tag was made using Starlight paints but it could be made using the beautiful new Starlight waxes too, to give an equally interesting effect. That's this tag finished, just another few hundred to go lol! Have a good Wednesday and please don't forget to tune in to Hochanda T.V. tomorrow at 9am. 12noon. 4pm and 7pm. to see Sue & Kerri-Anne demonstrating. See you all soon.
Love and Rainbows,
Hugs Jennifer xx.