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These tags are from the final lesson in the series of six and I thought it would be fun to do the whole work-in-progress thing. So here it is.
I recently made a batch of tags from some glossy paper that I'd patterned using varying techniques. These three were all done with dye ink and a brayer.
I added a little stamping...
...and some stencilled letters as this is all about using your words. I wasn't happy with the terracotta on the blue, so in true Carolyn Dube style, I worked on it a bit more and...
... painted over it with some turquoise acrylic. Liked that much better. Added some patterned paper that I printed from a Photoshop project.
A bit more stamping and a little outlining and correction pen dots.
A bit of oil pastel around the edges and in the gaps, and the all-important words - live, dream, create.
So check out the workshop. Carolyn is a great teacher, very laid back, happy to try something, not like it, and go over it with something else. You'll learn that a blob out of place is not the end of the world but an opportunity to experiment and try something different.