Bon Voyage Tags for 7 Dots Studio- with Video Tutorial

I’m up again this month on the 7 Dots Studio blog as its my turn to showcase a tutorial.
I’ve created two mixed media tags for you today using the 7 Dots Studio Destination Unknown collection.
Here is the step by step video tutorial below:
I wanted to create two easy to make mixed media tags to show everyone how simple it is, to dive into the world of mixed media, without too much effort or fear. I tried to simplify and explain as much as I could so people would want to try out different techniques and mediums
These  cute tags can be given to someone who is going away on a trip or retiring from a job. The possibilities are endless. Hope you enjoy my project and the the video.
Of course I couldn’t design these without some beautiful Prima Marketing flowers. The flowers I picked matched the Destination Unknown papers perfectly and I just loved adding them to the tags.
UmWowStudio- Destination Unknown- Seaweed
UmWowStudio- Destination Unknown- Sea birds mask
Prima Flowers
Prima metallic chalk edgers- gold and lead
Prima’s Finnabair Texture paste- platinum
Ranger Distress paint- gold and silver
Shimmerz Texturez teal me no lies
Trim: Prima
Beacon Fabri-Tac glue
Thank you so much for visiting my blog!!
Have a wonderful day!

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  • Reply Kathy Bradley February 26, 2015 at 1:35 am

    Your tags are really, really gorgeous. I just posted a couple of mixed media tags on my blog – but they are nowhere nearly as awesome. I really love them both – but for some reason the one on the right with the nautical theme just speaks to me! I have sooo much to learn! Thanks for sharing your beautiful art work.

  • Reply Kathy Bradley February 26, 2015 at 1:36 am

    P.S. Great video tutorial. I have been going through your tutorials on You Tube.

  • Reply Lizzyc February 26, 2015 at 11:04 am

    Both of these tags look gorgeous! Love the video, you make it look easy! But it does take a bit of thought…

  • Reply Stac February 26, 2015 at 5:29 pm

    Beautiful work Keren. Thanks for choosing to use Shimmerz. 🙂

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