So happy you are joining me this week for Team Tuesday here on the StencilGirl Blog. This week I have a video tutorial for you on how I made these colorful Bohemian Style Tags. So many people ask me .... What do I do with all these tags I create. Oh my gosh the list is endless really, but here are a few ideas for you:
- Give them as a gift
- Use them for a bookmark
- Attach to a gift in lieu of a card
- Display them in your home
- Hang them from a lamp shade
- Clip a few together on a stick or ribbon for a beautiful strung banner
Well I think with the above list you get the idea that there are so many uses for beautiful handmade art tags. So what are you waiting for? Grab your stencils and your paint and let's get making some beautiful Boho Tags together.
Elephant Parade by Nathalie Kalbach
Pilgrimage to India by Laurie Mika
Here are the finished tags and a few closeups.
Thanks so much for sharing your time with me today. For more creative inspiration and tutorials stop by my YouTube Channel and Blog.
Have an amazing day friends!! xxoo Sherry
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Such lovely tags- love the layering and colors and how you used my Elephant Parade Stencil. Thank you Sherry!ReplyDelete
Awww thanks so much Nathalie, you know I'm in love with all your stencils!! xoxoDelete
Sherry after watching this I want to go out on my bell bottoms and sink into my bean bag chair! What fun tags.ReplyDelete
haha thanks Jill, maybe we can lounge in some bean bag chairs together, with a glass of wine lol :) xoxoDelete
Wow, you Boho Tags tutorial was truly a step by step tutorial that I could understand. Loved them! THANK you Sherry Canino & Stencil Girl Talk!ReplyDelete
Aww Thank You Beth for such a sweet comment !!Delete
Wow, these are so pretty and so very Bohemian! Think I will get out some of my lovely batik fabrics and tear some "ribbon," find some colorful paper scraps, and make a couple nice bookmark/tags for my daughter's new roommates. They are such sweet young ladies and something like these would be right up their alley. Thanks for the delightful tutorial and great suggestion for fun little gifts.ReplyDelete
Awww Cheryl thank you so much! I love that what a sweet thing to make for your daughter and her friends I am sure they will just love them!! be sure to tag me if you make some I would so love to see your work!! xxoo SherryDelete
I love the beautiful colors and your use of the stencils. Embellishments give a great finishing touch to the tags. Thanks for the tutorial.ReplyDelete