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Christmas Tag /Rebecca Baer Stencil


I know it's October, but it's time to get started on Christmas tags!!! 

Here's my first one for the year!

 I started the base of the tag using my gelli plate and Rebecca Baer's 5.75x5.75 Cascade stencil . I used Naphtali red on top of the stencil, pulled stencil off and let the paint dry. Then added the butterscotch color and pulled the print on the tag.

I used Deco Art Americana acrylic paint-totally awesome for gelli prints!

 I embellished the tag with Wild Orchid flowers, Really Reasonable lace, Unity stamp image and sentiment.

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