Monday, August 6, 2018

Arriba! Fiesta!

As much as I'd like to take credit for the idea behind this tag, I can't. The fabulous Laura Weed gave me the idea and I ran with it! The fabulous new Skeleton Humor Perfectly™ Clear Stamp set includes the two skeletons and fun accessories so you can create some really fun scenes that are perfect year round!

Without further ado, here's the tag!




Stampendous Supplies:
Skeleton Humor Perfectly™ Clear Stamp set
The banner from the Paris Bonjour Cling Rubber set
The banner from the Paris Bonjour Die set
Tiny Alphabet Perfectly Clear™ Stamp set
Mixed Media White Paper
Tuxedo Black Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko


Other Supplies:
Copic Markers:
 Skeletons: E40, E41, E81, E84, T0, T1
 Eyes: YG63, YG67
 Sombrero: E53, E55, R14 R17, R27
 Grass: YG03, YG05,  YG13, YG17
 Background: B0000, B21, B60, BG0000, RV0000, RV000, C00
Desert Sand Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Golden Glitz Delicata™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Kraft and orange cardstock
Solar White Classic Crest® Cardstock by Neenah Papers
Duo Corner Punch by Tonic Studios®
Stamp-A-Ma-Jig® Stamp Positioner by EK Success™
Post-It® Notes by 3M
Copic Multiliner Black pen

Instructions:
  1. Using a piece of Post-It® Note, cover the back part of the skeleton's head and part of his upraised hand, ink with Tuxedo Black Memento ink, remove the masks, and stamp the image onto white cardstock.
  2. Cover part of the other skeleton's head, wrist, and ankle with scraps of Post-It® Notes, ink stamp, remove the scraps, and stamp onto the translucent plastic sheet from the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig®. 
  3. Using the Stamp-A-Ma-Jig®, position the skeleton where you want it on the hand of the other skeleton, replace the scraps of Post-It® Note paper, ink the stamp again, remove the scraps, and stamp.
  4. Using the stamp positioner, stamp the sombrero and the flowers onto the skeletons' heads.
  5. Color both images, the grass, and the background with Copic markers.
  6. Fix any gaps in the images with a fine black pen.
  7. Use the stamp positioner to position the bracelet/anklet and stamp with Golden Glitz Delicata™Ink.
  8. Trim the image panel and mat with orange cardstock. Set aside.
  9. Cut Kraft cardstock and use the corner punch to create the slanted sides, then punch a hole in the top of the tag.
  10. Stamp the banner from the Paris Bonjour Cling Rubber set, then die-cut with the banner die.
  11. Stamp the sentiments as shown.
  12. Adhere the matted image panel and adhere the sentiment banner.
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4 comments:

  1. So cute and funny. These skeletons are my favorite.

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  2. Super cute tag! Love the skeletons!

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  3. I had not seen this set. This is a must have. I love the idea of dressing up skeletons. Actually making a skelly with a tutu & crown necklace for a friend's granddaughter.

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