Painted Love

A tag to celebrate my “Love” of messing around with paint 🙂

Supplies List :-

  • 1 x Tag (it’s a chipboard page from a mini album) 4″ x 6″
  • Daler & Rowny Gesso
  • Anita’s Country Blue Acrylic Paint
  • Adirondack Lights Cloudy Blue Paint Dauber
  • Tattered Angels Patina Glimmer Mist
  • Folkart Taffy Acrylic Paint
  • Anitas Wedgewood Blue Acrylic Paint
  • Artiste Lagoon Acrylic Paint
  • Stickles – Crystal
  • Scenic Route Chipboard Alpha pieces
  • Decoart Ornamental Snow Tex
  • Ranger Glossy Accents
  • Ranger Crackle Accents
  • Classic K Charlotte Patterned Paper (scrap)
  • Heart Punch by Woodware
  • Prima Cardstock Stickers – Glittered Heart
  • Sharpie Opaque White Poster Paint Marker



8 thoughts on “Painted Love

  1. The crackle accents are great, I love the effect too 🙂

    The Snow Tex is hard to work with, I didnt have a “V” chipboard shape left so I cut out the chipboard where the V used to be, placed it on the tag, then filled it in with the snow tex, once it had dried I lifted the chipboard away, which left just the snow tex V phew 😉

  2. Wow…I’m really going to have to find something to use my Crackle Accents on and break it open! I love the way that looks. I’ve used the Snow Tex before on other crafting projects. It looks different on fabric…I didn’t recognize it! You really photographed that stickles beautifully! 🙂

  3. Amazing that you fit all those products on that one tag! How fun! So pretty too! Is that the Crackle Accents on the “L”? I picked some up but I haven’t used it yet. I love the crackle on your letter! How do you like the Snow Tex and where did you use it? You’re fearless! 🙂

    • Hey Nancy 😀

      I know it’s amazing, that once you sit down to do a blog post and tote up everything you have used in its making they do tend to stack up

      The L was covered in the crackle accents, the O was covered in crystal stickles, the V was filled in with the snow tex and the E was covered in glossy accents 🙂

    • Hi Elizabeth, thanks so much for popping in :-), thanks for the lovely comments on the tag, I had loads of fun making it, really enjoying messing around with paints at the moment 🙂

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