You Are So Tweet TagProject #13447
Branch out and try something different! With a unique altered art tag like this, you can celebrate what's old with what's new. Let Tim Holtz Alterations line of products for Sizzix accompany you on your next creative journey.
Products Used656938-Sizzix Movers & Shapers L Die - Tag & Bookplates 657179-Sizzix Sizzlits Decorative Strip Die - Tattered Banners 657833-Sizzix Bigz Die - Bird Branch 657989-Sizzix Cut & Emboss Paper Series - Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection Cardstock 2 1/4" x 12", 72 Sheets by Core'dinations 657990-Sizzix Cut & Emboss Paper Series - Tim Holtz & Ranger Distress Collection Cardstock 4 1/4" x 5 1/2", 72 Sheets by Core'dinations 657827-Sizzix Sizzlits Decorative Strip Alphabet Die - Inside Out 657849-Sizzix Texture Fades Embossing Folders 2PK - Harlequin & Stripes Set
Other Supplies: Manila Cardstock, Distress Ink, Blending Tool, Alphabet Stamps, Sanding Tool
Die-cut one large tag from manila cardstock using the Tag & Bookplates die. Emboss the tag using the Stripes embossing folder. Add color to the tag using Distress Ink and an ink-blending tool. Die-cut the bird from the Bird & Branch die from blue and yellow cardstock. Sand the two bird pieces. Tear or cut the yellow die-cut bird so that you have a piece with just the beak and belly of the bird. Ink the edges of the yellow piece. Adhere the yellow piece to the blue bird. Ink the edges of the assembled bird. Use a black pen to add a small dot for an eye on the bird. Die-cut the branch portion of the Bird & Branch die from brown cardstock. Adhere the branch and assembled bird to the tag. Die-cut a banner from manila cardstock using the Tattered Banners die. Use alphabet stamps to add a sentiment to the banner. Adhere the banner to the tag over the branch. Die-cut the letters to spell "TWEET" from manila cardstock using the Inside Out alphabet die. Separate the outer border from the letters. Add color to the letters and outer border of the letters using Distress Ink and an ink-blending tool. Reassemble the letters and adhere them to the front of the tag.