Created with Cri-Kits gel pens & Stickles
Isn’t that a pretty tag? I’m putting it on one of my daughter’s gifts…if I can’t finagle a way to get it on one of mine, LOL! I used the Cri-Kits gel pens to help me make a colored outline on Stampin’ Up white vellum cardstock.
I used my Gypsy to help me hide and unhide different pieces of this image which is from the Joys of the Season Cricut cartridge. With the red berries hidden, I used a green Cri-Kits gel pen to draw the leaves. Next, I hid the leaves and showed the berries. I then replaced the green Cri-Kits gel pen with the red one to draw the red berries. After I was finished drawing, I replaced the gel pens with the Cricut blade. I then cut only the outside of the ornament. Ta Da!!
I used a vellum adhesive to attach the vellum to some textured foil paper. The vellum adhesive I used didn’t do a good job of hiding the glue. Oh well, next time I’ll use something else. 😉 I thought it would be pretty to use some Stickles glitter glue to fill in the lines I created with the Cri-Kits gel pens. This is just another way the pens can be used.
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I love that the Cri-kits gel pens can create pictures, words AND also create a color coded template for me to follow. COOL!
Here are the things I used to create this tag. Not shown are my Gypsy, Cricut, American Crafts foil cardstock and vellum cardstock.
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