Monday, November 18, 2013

Magic Marble Monday - Christmas Gift Tags

Thanks for joining us for another Magic Marble Monday!  What is Magic Marble?  It is a paint that you can use to decorate SO MANY THINGS!  If you want to see all of the things my daughter and I have been decorating, just click HERE.  The paint is easy to use . . . start with a bucket of water, pick the colors you like, put a few drops of each color in the bucket, use a stick to swirl the colors together and then just dip the item you are decorating into the water . . . that is it!  The paint really does the work for you.  It starts to swirl itself before you even run the stick through it . . . sometimes you don't need to really use the stick that much.

So last week I showed you how I colored some white Rhinestone Sticker Sheets from The Buckle Boutique.  If you want to see that project again, just click HERE.  This week I am using those custom colored rhinestone sticker sheets to create some Christmas gift tags.

I got my inspiration from images I have seen on Pinterest of swirled or marbled Christmas ornaments.  Here is an example of one that I found.


This example was not done with Magic Marble, but the swirls of color reminded me of the look that Magic Marble creates.  Here are the Christmas tags that I created from this inspiration.


I cut the ornament shapes from the Christmas Cheer Cricut cartridge.  I accented around the edges with some green pen, and then simply cut the rhinestone sticker sheet that I had already colored with the Magic Marble in a circle to place on top of the ornament cut.


A little Viva Decor in the corners for an accent and they are ready to be tied on to a gift


For the small tag I used the Cuttlebug snowflake embossing folder to emboss the background paper.


To see other projects I have made with Magic Marble swirling paints you can click HERE.  I have provide product and company links below.  Make sure to tell them Shawn sent you!

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1 comment:

  1. This is so awesome. I love it. Thanks for the details.

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