Good Morning, Amy here to share with you a couple of fun tags I made using Joggles Cling Mounted Rubber Stamps, Sticky Snippets, and Joggles Stencils.
Zig 2 Way Glue OR (Substitute Dina Wakley Media Gel Medium – 2 oz. tube)
Artist Loft Cold Press Watercolor Paper OR (substitute Strathmore 300 series watercolor paper – 9 x 12 inches #140 Cold Pressed – 10 sheets)
Other: Reflections Fine Detail White Embossing Powder; Spectrum Noir Markers; Inkadinkado “Thoughts for the Day” Clear Stamps; baby wipes; yarn/twine/ribbons; black cardstock; button;
Here is my process for the Twinkletoes tag (above left):
I started by misting a tag cut from watercolor paper with water and applied different shades of Twinkling H20s. Be sure to dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.
For added dimension, I added to the tag some of the Joggles Sticky Snippets – Medium Circles which I had embossed and watercolored previously.
Using one of the Finnabair Net and Wire Cling Stamps and Jet Black Archival Ink, I stamped randomly onto the tag to create some added dimension and texture.
I stamp my sentiment using the Versamark Ink and added white embossing powder over the top. Then I tapped off the excess and used a Ranger Heat-It Tool to melt the powder.
Using Joggles/Bloobel Cling Mounted Rubber Stamp- Twinkletoes, the image was stamped onto white cardstock with Jet Black Archival Ink. At this point, you can color with your preferred medium and fussy cut out. I used Spectrum Noir Markers to color up Twinkletoes. :o)
Twinkletoes was adhered to the tag with glue or you could use Matte Medium. The tag was mounted onto black cardstock leaving a border. This allowed the tag to pop and made it even sturdier.
Here you can embellish as you wish. I used several ribbons, a button, and some twine to bring out the background colors of the tag. :o)
I absolutely adore Joggles Wonky Houses Cling Stamps! They are so quirky and fun to create with.
Here is my process for my Wonky House Tag (top photo right):
I started with a shaped tag cut from watercolor paper. I then used Tim Holtz Distress Crayons and created a color grid. These crayons are a dream to blend. :o)
I placed Joggles Mod Circles Mask over the tag and wiped off color through the openings with a baby wipe.
Here’s what it looks like without the mask. Love the ghosting effect!
Using the Ranger Inkssentials Mini Ink Blending Tool, I added some Squeezed Lemonade Distress Ink onto some scrap cardstock and then applied the Mowed Lawn Distress Ink over the Joggles Punchinella Trio 2 Stencil. On another piece of cardstock, I used Fossilized Amber Distress Ink with the Barn Door Distress Ink over the Punchinella Trio 2 Stencil.
I then Stamped Wonky House #9 onto my cardstock pieces. This gave me a yellow/green roof and I thought the red over amber looked like stones. Then I stamped the image again onto clean white cardstock for the windows and door paper pieces. All the pieces were fussy cut and assembled onto the tag. Tip: If using wet glue, add it to the back of the pieces rather than over the Distress Inks as the moisture in the glue can reactivate and possibly smear the Distress Ink.
A border was stamped around the tag using the Dylusions “Further Around the Edge” clear stamp and Jet Black Archival Ink.
The tag was backed with black cardstock leaving a narrow border to frame it. You can highlight and embellish as you wish. :o) I added a computer generated sentiment with some Heart Sticky Snippets and used Sharpie Pens and Paint markers for highlights. Then some black and red yarn finished it off.
I sure hope I’ve inspired you to try out Joggles fun and quirky Cling Mounted Rubber Stamps and to have fun with color and different mediums Be sure to show us your mixed media makes over at the Joggles Art Adventure FB Group; we’d love to see what you create! Thank you for joining me today, and happy craftin’!