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
Print numbers on paper. The font I used is “FFF Tusj”, and the font size is 144 px. These numbers will be masks.
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.
Place the masks and ink tag using ink blending tool.
Stamp over the masks.
Remove the masks and you will see the un-inked numbers.
Add torn paper strips, washi tape, lace trim. Now it’s done!
I hope you like this idea,
Crafting Ireland Team