Making Art Sticker Tags!

I love creating tags, each one is its own mini canvas. I like to use them to adorned packages and gifts and they’re the perfect size to slip into an envelope and send off to a friend.

If you have a die cutting machine and appropriate die, or even a Silhouette, tag making is a great way to use up some of those gelli prints! If you have neither, no problem, scissors or an X-Acto knife and a ruler will do the trick.

Here, I used my Big Shot, Tim Holtz Tag Dies and my new Rectangle Art Stickers to create a tag to include in happy mail.

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Already having a gelli print base to work with made this really fast to create. A few doodles, scraps of book paper, some ink, ribbon, and an art sticker and it’s done.

These art stickers are available in my Etsy shop, HERE.

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Thanks for looking!

2 Comments on Making Art Sticker Tags!

  1. Anne May Samuelsen
    June 15, 2015 at 8:25 am (3 years ago)

    Woow, I love this gelli printed tags :-). But how do you make them to stickers?. I have made a lot of gelli printed background and the ones I like much i am scanning on to paper.

    • Belen Sotelo
      June 18, 2015 at 5:05 pm (3 years ago)

      Thanks so much, Anne May. I scanned some of my artwork and had stickers printed then incorporated those stickers into various projects like these gelli print tags.


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