Christmas Tag – Aki Iinuma

Hi Everybody,

Today Aki is going to show us a fantastic quick Christmas tag idea.

In this tutorial I would like to show you how to make and use a paper mask. It’s not durable enough to use for many times, but it’s easy to make. Just give it a try.

What you will need:

Patterned Paper (BasicGrey)

Tag (Tim Holtz)

Stamp (Tim Holtz)

Ink blending tool (Tim Holtz)

Ink (Ranger, Tsukineko)

Washi tape (Kamoi, Kurashiki Isho)

Lace trim (Prima Marketing)

Vintage book page

Step 1

Print numbers on paper. The font I used is “FFF Tusj”, and the font size is 144 px. These numbers will be masks.

Step 2

Cut out the numbers. Apply the small amount of stick-type glue, and LET DRY (it’s important!). Now you’ve got your own paper masks, with sticky back.

Step 3

Place the masks and ink tag using ink blending tool.

Step 4

Stamp over the masks.

Step 5

Remove the masks and you will see the un-inked numbers.

Step 6

Add torn paper strips, washi tape, lace trim. Now it’s done!

I  hope you like this idea,

Happy Crafting,

Crafting Ireland Team

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One thought on “Christmas Tag – Aki Iinuma

  1. maryjo1997

    So, so cute! Love that font you used for the twenty-five!

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