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Hi, ColorBox Fans!  Let Freedom Ring! Tomorrow is the  Fourth of July! Let’s celebrate by creating a few tag Freedom Tags. Always remember…the technique and details can be adapted to cards and other projects. 

Apply ColorBox Blends 2 Uniform Ink using ColorBox Stylus and Tip to premade tag.

Lay ColorBox Petals Art Screen on top of prepared tag; apply modeling paste to top of art screen using palette knife. Dry.

 Spatter with prepared tag with ColorBox Golden and Coconut Inks; dry.

Apply ColorBox Blends 2 Golden Ink to paper doily and ColorBox Blends 2 Stop Ink to circle card stock using ColorBox Stylus Tips.

Stamp background on prepared circle using ColorBox Coal Premium Ink.

Adhere prepared paper doily and circle together. Add to tag with pop dots.

Apply ColorBox Blends 2 Golden Ink to white card stock. Die cut stars and scallop border strip from prepared card stock.

Adhere stars to top of tag.

Using ColorBox Stylus and Tip apply ColorBox Blends 2 Uniform Ink to top of ColorBox Freedom Hat Stamp. Stamp on white card stock.

Punch prepared stamped image using circle punch.  Color stamped Freedom Hat using ColorBox Blends 2 Golden and Stop Inks using paint brush and a few drops of water.

Fussy cut Freedom Hat out; add to top of tag with pop dots.

Adhere prepared golden scallop border to bottom of tag. Apply ColorBox Blends Stop Ink to white card stock strip; adhere to bottom of tag. Staple on each side of border strips; add clear gemstones. Add star to top of tag with pop dot.

Add gold and red ribbon to top of tag.

Supplies:
ColorBox Blends 2 Inks: Golden, Stop, Uniform, Coconut
ColorBox Petals Art Screen
ColorBox Freedom Hat Stamp
ColorBox Bubble Bee Clear Stamp Set
ColorBox Coal Premium Dye Ink
ColorBox Stylus and Tips
Paper Doily
Star Die or Punch
Scallop Border Punch
Circle Punch
Modeling Paste
Palette Knife
Paintbrush
Pop Dots
Ahdesive
Small Stapler
Tag

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One thought on “Freedom Tag with ColorBox Blends 2 Inks

  1. eileen hull says:

    Happy Fourth of July Pam! Great Blends techniques 😀❤️

    Like

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