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Vintage Tag - Sin City Stamps

Good day everyone! This weekend my blog has been jam packed with posts and projects, which is great. This time I'm here to show you a project and a step by step tutorial I made for Sin City Stamps. 


Sin City Stamps designs, presses and packages deep etched art rubber stamps. Their stamps are beautifully designed in vintage style. They also carry stencils, chipboard elements, die cuts and much more.

For today I created a vintage tag from scratch, using basically stamps and inks:






Materials
Stamps - Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps: Vintage Postcard. Flourishes: Spring Bouquet. Docrafts: Happy Days (Ticket Stubs). Bo Bunny: It Is Written.

Inks - Ranger: Distress inks in Worn Lipstick, Old Paper, Vintage photo; Embossing ink. Brilliance: Pearlescent Beige. Memento: Rich Cocoa, Angel Pink.
Markers - Spectrum Noir: PP3, PP5, PL1, PL2, BP2, LV1, EB1
Embossing powders - Inkadinkado: Glam Gold, Pearlescent.
Zap! heat tool
Merletto Crystals
Bazic foam tape
Other generic materials
Feuille textured cardstock in sand beige
1/4" gold edged satin ribbon in old gold
Fused string pearl beads in golden ivory

Everything on this tag was stamped, from the background to the tickets. To see how I made it, all you need to do is click on the "Start the Guide" button below.


I'd like to point out that I like to cut my tags this size so I can also use them to embellish A2 cards, just as I did here:



I hope you enjoyed my project, and that you found the tutorial useful. Stay tuned for today's next post. Thanks so much for stopping by!

This tag is participating in:
Tag and Scrapling - Virginia's View
Back in Time - Rhedd and Rosie's
Anything Goes w/ a Handmade Bow - Craftee-Dee Bowz
Anything Goes - Word Art Wednesday
Anything Goes - Docerela
Anything Goes - Simon Says Monday Challenge


Comments

  1. This is very well the most wonderful piece of art I have seen this month. It is beyond gorgeous. You are an amazing paper crafter. This is so creative, especially the color combos and outstanding layout. Thank you for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday. God Bless You!
    Carole Robb Bisson

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    1. Wow Carole! Thanks for such a generous, kind and encouraging comment. I appreciate it greatly. Big hug...

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    1. You're very welcome. Thank you for stopping by!

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  3. What beautiful tags, such fabulous colours xx thank you for sharing with us at Rhedd and Rosie's, good luck Hun, Zoe DT xx

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  4. GORGEOUS tag, Gracie!! I love the gold embossing and color combo! So glad that you join the fun over Virginia's View challenge!

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    1. Thank you Virginia! I enjoy your blog and challenge very much!

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  5. Such an elegant and tasteful tag! Thanks for joining the Craft-Dee BowZ June challenge.

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  6. so feminine and pretty! I just love it! Many thanks for joining the Rhedd and Rosie’s challenge and good luck!!! Melissa (DT)

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    1. Oh thanks so very much dear Petti!

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  8. very beautiful tag. stunning. thanks for joining us on rhedd and rosies challenge

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  9. Beautiful tag! Great details on this! Thanks for joining us over at Docerela Creations! DT Member Carri~Abusybee
    Skittles!

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  10. Beautiful tag!! The gold embossing and glitter is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog!

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  11. Gracie,
    Love the tag, great colors. Love how you masked and layered your stamps giving the tag a great vintage look. The gold embossing and the ribbon are the perfect accent to make it "pop." Great job.

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  12. Love your tag. iIt's beautiful!
    Thanks for joining us over at Docerela Creations!
    DT Member Susana

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  13. Gorgeous! Love the layering and colors!

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  14. I just happened across your tag, and I had to tell you how beautiful I think it is! I love the colors and the embossing is perfect!

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    1. Thanks so very much Sara! It's so nice you found it by coincidence.

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