Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Fall tag

Hi everyone!
Myry again and this time I gonna show how to make this fall tag!
You need one of the 3 tags of the set Chipboard Decorative Tags Large, some leaves from
Use the tag as a template on the scrapbooking paper; we need two paper tags. Optionally you can sew around the one of the tags.
Then use gesso or white acrylic paint to paint the edges of the chipboards.
And use Distress ink (any autumn color) around the edges. Glue both paper tags to the tag and remember to only work on the side that you have sewn.
Paint the frame very carefully (I'd to cut one of the leaves) and the rest of the chipboards. I used this old gold color.
Glue the frame on another piece of paper and cut the edge.
Use your stencil (bubbles in my case) with paint. You can also make a mix between texture paste and paint if you want to give some volume.
So that the flowers are the main elements of the composition do the following: position the frame slightly to the side of the tag, not in the center, and make sure that the leaves aren't hidden with the rest of the embellishments. Then use die cuts and chipboards to make a "nest" on top of the frame. If you want to add a title put it goes to the other side of the composition.
This is optional. Put a glue on the petals and then spread glitter on top. Let it dry for a few minutes and then shake the tag with the help of a brush carefully retracting the excess of glitter.
To finish use the cabochons as if they're water drops.
Easy peasy! And this is the final result!

Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts items used:
Other items used:
Scrapbooking paper and diecuts
Flowers and clear cabochon
Glue, pencil, cutter and scissors
Stencil, sponge and acrylic pain
Glitter, gesso, texture paste and brush


  1. Really lovely and you used the fern fronds one of my all time favorite GSLC pieces. Great job!!

    1. I think it will be one of my favorites too! Thanks Jon