Let’s play with chalk, ink and tags!

Howdy folks! This was my one successful craft of the day 🙂 I’m glad I started out making this bunch of tags because everything else I touched broke, was ruined and just ill-fated in general..I even broke my oven cooking dinner tonight, geesh, I guess I just need to stay away from anything technical today. Ha ha! But no fear, this project is delightfully low tech using supplies you probably already have and if you ruin a tag or two you are only out a penny (well, 1.27 cents to be exact!)

DCF 1.0

The tags are the Unstrung Merchandise Tags from Papermart and they are so handy, I use them all the time and I love that one side is matte and the other glossy making them perfect for all sorts of techniques..well, see for yourself:

Have fun and make a batch of these, I tucked them in my gift wrapping station so I will have a pretty tag at the ready the next time I wrap. I hope you enjoyed this quick project and til next time happy crafting!

13 Responses

  1. Wonderful tags Lindsay – and so easy!!!
    Paper Hugs,


  2. fabulous Lindsay!
    Happy New Year!
    Thank you!


  3. There was a lot of good info (not to mention a great final result) in the video: chalks, brayering, inks, resist methods, tips on cleaning & conditioning stamps, etc., etc., etc. Another great video. Thanks, Lindsay. Hope the little one is feeling better.


  4. Beautiful tags and so simple !!
    Happy New Year !!


  5. Pretty tags!! Great video!


  6. I love your videos…you’re so down to earth and genuine. Thanks for sharing your techniques and know-how


  7. Great video! You are great.


  8. Wonderful video and very pretty tags!


  9. Love your video. The tags are gorgeous!


  10. Thanks for sharing, awesome technique, love the tags and what a bargain! Great tips on the Versamark ink too, I have been washing it off all these years!


  11. I have days like that too. Just tossed a couple of cards I was trying to make.


  12. Great video. Loved it.


  13. This year I want to make it easier on myself and not wait to the last minutes to make cards, tags, etc.; What a fab idea, Lindsay – I just have to find a container to put them in next to my wrapping paper!

    Thanks for the idea!

    Carmen L


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