Monday, August 21, 2017

Magic Color Floral Thanks Tags

 Why are these Magic COLOR tags?  There's very little color....but it comes....
 You just pull the arrow tab and it magically fills in the acetate with color.  The mystery of this effect is explainable if you dissect the paper mechanics involved with the Lawn Fawn die set.  I admit I had to go to the Lawn Fawn website to figure out how to use the die but it really isn't that hard except for an instruction avoidance person like me.
 It's so much fun to play with these magic color tags that I'm sure that I will make lots of Magic Color cards too.
The Hampton Arts stamps fit perfectly for printing on the acetate to fit the window, but there are many other stamp choices you could make.
 I thought the Paper Smooches stamped sentiment was just right for these tags...don't you?  Oh yes, the giant tag was cut with a Little B die and the pretty Heiko ribbons worked well with the colors magically revealed on the tags. The 'thanks' were cut with a Hero Arts die and black glitter Nuvo heat embossing powder was used on the Paper Smooches stamped sentiment on the back of the tags.  Be sure to get this new Lawn Fawn Magic Color Slider die set at HM Ben Franklin Crafts soon because they have already run out online. I know you'll love playing with this die set!


Shirley N said...

Wow, what a neat card! I always wondered how they made these cards and it's good to know that there's a slider die set available to make it. Your sentiment is perfect for your magical card!

Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

These are super cool. I need to make it one of these days. Sure looks "magical." TFS.

scrapnhawaii said...

Love it! One of these days I'll try this technique because it sure does look magical 😁