Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Altered Butterfly Tag

Hello Chipboard Fans! I am up on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Blog today. I have created an altered butterfly tag as my project this week.
I have used one of the tags from the Tags in a Box Extra Tag Set for the tag base. The tag is large, 8' tall by 4" wide! The show-stopper is the beautiful Butterfly of Gears! I used several kinds of embossing powder and enamel to create this vintage gem!
I used more embossing powder to age the wrought iron border piece, from the Wrought Iron Set. I used some rusty-looking embossing powder to give the gears a metallic shine (Gears Shape Set). I finished off the piece by adding flowers and some steampunk embellishments.
To see how to make this project, see the Snapguide below.

Check out How to Create an Altered Butterfly Tag by Gloria Stengel on Snapguide.

Thanks for looking!

Gyspy Soul Laser Cuts:
Tags in a Box Extra Tag Set
Butterfly of Gears
Wrought Iron Set
Gears Shape Set
Honeycomb and Bees - Medium (only a bee is used)


Ink: Ranger Distress Stain Vintage Photo; Delicata Golden Glitz pigment; Top Boss Watermark; Colorbox Metalic, Abyss pigment
Paint: Ranger Distress Salty Ocean; DecoArt Chalkboard; Martha Stewart Acrylic Wedding Cake
Embossing powder: Lindy's Stamp Gang Queen Sheba's Silver, Hyacinth Blue Jade, Oakleaf Olive; Stampin' Up Gold Glory; Judikins Black; Cosmic Shimmer Ancient Copper Metallic; Emerald Creek Oil Rubbed Bronze
Flowers: Wild Orchid Crafts; Petaloo
Bingo tile: Tim Holtz
Resistors, light bulb: found items
Decorative paper: Graphic 45 Nature Sketchbook 12x12 Patterns and Solids Pad, Tags and Pockets, Chipboard button
Clock Key: Graphic 45
Metal spigot: Prima
Seam binding: Really Reasonable Ribbon Peacock Alley
Adhesive: tape runner, hot glue, multi-medium

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