Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Sneak Peek of Stampendous' New Release! Paris Tag

It's Stampendous' April Catalog Sneak Peek week and the design team is sharing sneak peeks of our favorites!

My favorite from Stampendous' new release is the Paris Bonjour Cling Stamp and Stencil set!

Here's my tag using the Paris Bonjour Cling Stamp and Stencil set, the matching Paris Bonjour Die Set, and the Cling 6x6 Paris Map!

Stampendous Products:
Paris Bonjour Cling Stamp Set
Paris Bonjour Die Set
Clear Detail Embossing Powder
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink Pad by Tsukineko®
VersaMark Watermark Ink Pad by Tsukineko®

Other Products:
Copic Markers: RV52, 55, B04, B06, B21, B23, E33, YR03, YR05, Y13, Y19, R17, V22, V25, R29, C09
Tim Holtz® Tag and Bookplates Movers and Shapers Alterations die by Sizzix
Cerulean Blue, Titanium White, Quinacridone Magenta Media Fluid™ Acrylics by DecoArt®
Jet Black, Sepia, Fern Green, Emerald Green Archival™ Inks by Ranger
Fantastix® by Tsukineko®
Mini Blending Tool and Foam by Ranger
Dark Sepia Pitt Artist Pen
140 lb. Mixed Media paper by Strathmore®
Black Chipboard
Removable tape

  1. Die-cut black chipboard with the tag die.
  2. Mix Cerulean Blue and Titanium White paint, then spray the paint with water to create a wash. Sponge over the mixed media tag. Heat set.
  3. Thin Quinacridone Magenta paint with water, then randomly sponge over the tag. Heat set.
  4. Die-cut the painted paper with the tag die. Reserve the excess.
  5. Place removable tape over the top part of the tag, then stamp Paris Map with Sepia Archival™ ink. Lift the tape and heat set. 
  6. Cover the bottom portion of the tag.
  7. Sponge Sepia ink over the Fleur de Lis stencil (comes with the the Paris Bonjour Cling Stamp set) onto the tag. Lift the cover, then edge the entire tag with Sepia ink.
  8. Adhere the stamped, stenciled tag to the chipboard tag, then set aside.
  9. Take the Eiffel Tower stamp from the Paris Bonjour set, ink with VersaMark ink, ink immediately with the Sepia Archival™ ink, and stamp onto a scrap of Mixed Media paper. 
  10. Add embossing powder, heat set, then die-cut with the corresponding Eiffel Tower die. 
  11. Using Memento ink, stamp three balloons,  die-cut them, color with Copic Markers, and edge with a black pen.
  12. Using Jet Black Archival ink, stamp the trees twice onto scraps of the reserved painted paper. Die-cut with the corresponding die from the set.
  13. Using Fantastic, color the trees with Fern Green and Emerald Green Archival™ ink. Heat set.
  14. Use the Dark Sepia pen to color the tree trunks.
  15. Adhere all the elements to the tag as shown and add some matching ribbon.
Thanks for visiting today! 

Be sure to visit Stampendous Design Team's Blog and check out my team mates creations! I'm sure that you'll find inspiration as well as some new "must have" favorites too!


  1. So artistic & beautiful! I know the perfect person for a project like this since she grew up in Paris!

  2. Goodness, this is a gorgeous creation! Look at all the texture and color!

  3. Such a pretty tag! Love the colors and designs!

  4. great tag. I like how you used brown ink instead of black. The colors all look great together. It makes me want to go to France :)

  5. Oh, this makes us want to take a balloon and fly to Paris! What a fun and beautiful tag! You could tie it right on to plane tickets for us and we'd just be thrilled! Thanks for your contributions to this catalog, Kathi, it's wonderful having you aboard for the ride!

  6. Fun tag, loving the map background and pretty bright colors.