Tuesday, 13 December 2016

Rudolph small gift tag or fridge magnet - day 348 of my 366 day challenge

Rudolph small gift tag or fridge magnet - 
day 348 of my 366 day challenge

Hi Craft addicts!

Today's challenge is a cute fridge magnet/tag for Christmas, using an MDF/Wooden medium sized tag, a Tonic Studios die and some Baker's Twine.

Rudolph small gift tag or fridge magne

How I made this tag/fridge magnet:-
  • I took a MDF/Wooden tag shape (approx 11x6cm) and covered both sides using "Black" Pebeo Gesso paint - giving it a couple of coats leaving it to dry between them.
  • I cut out the "Cute Rudolph" shape using the Tonic Studios Rococo die in white card and glued it to some "Bright Blue" and cut round it.
  • I then stuck it to the MDF tag using Cosmic Shimmer and allowed it to dry.
  • I then used a "Red" Alcohol marker to colour his nose and a black one for his eyes.
  • I also added some "Caribbean Blue" Tonic Studios crystal drops around the edge of the tag and again let them dry.
  • Finally I used some "Black and Gold" Baker's Twine so it can be hung up and some magnetic strips to the back so it could be used as a fridge magnet.

And there you are - a really cheerful "Christmas" gift tag! It is simple to make as it just used a MDF gift tag, a Tonic Studios die and alcohol markers.

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Products and items you may need to make this card

  • 11x6cm Wooden MDF tag
  • Rudolph die from Tonic Studios
  • Black Pebeo Acrylic gesso paint
  • Blue cardstock
  • White cardstock
  • Red and Black alcohol markers
  • Caribbean Ocean Nuvo crystal drops
  • Black and Gold Baker's Twine
  • Collall All Purpose glue
  • Cosmic Shimmer PVA glue
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