Wednesday, 25 January 2017

C91 Calls from the Wild

Tags

By Lisa-Watling




Materials:

Fabscraps C91 001 Threatened
Fabscraps C91 002 Conservation
Fabscraps C91 004 Survival
Fabscraps C91 006 Extinction
Fabscraps DC91 001 Chipboard Album (loose smaller chippies)
Fabscraps DC91 014 Chippies
Fabscraps MC91 001A Carders Pack
Fabscraps DS061 Stencil – foot prints
3 ready cut tags
Title stickers
Chalks : darkest brown, pale beige, mahogany
Dark beige cardstock
Brown paper flowers
Hessian
String / twine / raffia
Gauze
Tombow glue
Glossy Accents
Foam dots
Glue gun
Ribbon



Method – Live Everyday With Gratitude

·                Cut the camera chippie from DC91 014 and coat with pale beige chalk; then rib with chocolate chalk around the edges to create shading.  Coat with Glossy Accents and set aside
·                Cover your base tag with C91 004 (green side up) and chalk the edges with brown
·                Adhere a piece of hessian to the base, leaving a 1 inch gap at the upper edge where you will thread your ribbon through the small hole
·                Cut the pair of elephants from the lower left hand corner of C91 001 – the rectangle should measure 2.5 x 4 inches.  Chalk with brown, distress the edges and then adhere it over your hessian using foam tape / dots
·                Mat your title chippie to a piece of dark beige cardstock and adhere it below the larger elephant using foam dots
·                Arrange some flowers and hessian on the right hand side of your tag and adhere with your glue gun
·                Adhere your dry camera chippie to the upper left hand corner of your elephant picture
·                Finish off by threading some ribbon through the opening of the tag

Method – Believe In Yourself

·                Coat the paw print chippie from the DC91 001 chippie album with mahogany ink and then coat with glossy accents; set aside to dry
·                Cover your base tag with C91 002 (beige side up) and chalk the edges with brown.  Use your DS061 stencil and brown chalk to create some paw prints along the right hand side of your tag
·                Assemble a pocket die cut from your carders pack and chalk the edges with brown.  Adhere a tag die cut from your carders pack to some dark beige cardstock and insert into your pocket.  Adhere this to your base tag, about half an inch from the bottom
·                Arrange and adhere a small piece of gauze to your pocket
·                Create a ‘lasso’ with some string or twine and adhere it over the top of your gauze – use your glue gun – but towards the lower part of your pocket
·                Adhere your title stickers to some dark beige cardstock and adhere it over the upper portion of your pocket
·                Adhere your dried chippie on top of the ‘lasso’ you’ve created, using your glue gun
·                Finish off with a few flowers beside the chippie and thread some ribbon through the tag opening

Method – Save Our Rhino

·                Coat your Rhino head chippie from the DC91 001 chippie album with brown and then cover with Glossy Accents; set aside to dry
·                Cover your base chippie with C91 006; and then fussy cut an additional rhino out from the same page. Chalk the edges of your tag and also your fussy cut rhino with brown.  Overlap your fussy cut rhino onto the one on your tag and adhere it with foam dots (as shown)
·                Adhere a small square of hessian to the lower portion of your tag
·                Cut three concentric circles from pages from your Carders Pack, distress the edges and adhere them on top of each other (see picture); then adhere this to your hessian square.  Adhere  your dried rhino head chippie to these circles

·                Finish off by adhering your title chippies (coat with glossy accents) and threading some ribbon through the tag opening










Post a Comment