Joy Tag with a Cool Metal Foil Technique

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Impress your friends with an Easy and Elegant Metal Foil Tape project.

I love this technique and thought you might as well.

joy tag products used for joy

Start with a small piece of matboard or chipboard approx. 2″ x 2 1/2″ and chipboard letters spelling the word “Joy”.

I also used:            (*amazon affiliate link)
Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry Paper Glue*
Marvy Deco Color White Paint Marker* and Pale Blue*
Aluminum Foil Tape* (found in the hardware store, used to seal duct work seams)
Bone Folder*

joy tag smoothing foil tape

1. Glue letters onto the small chipboard with Beacon Adhesives Zip Dry Paper Glue*.
2. Apply Aluminum Foil Tape* over chipboard. I make the chipboard slightly smaller than the tape so that I don’t have any seams.
3. Using the bone folder, gently go around each letter to bring out the detail.

Joy tag sanding

4. Paint the background with the paint pen. To give it a snowy affect, when
giving a second coat of paint, dot the paint with the tip instead of brushing.
5. Use the pale blue pen to color the letters. Allow both colors to thoroughly
6. Using a sanding block, lightly sand the letters and edges of the chipboard.
7. For a finishing touch, paint the letters with stickles glitter glue.

joy tag products used for tag

The tag also uses:
Prima Flowers (Holiday Celebration Snow Drop)
Vivid Ink: Aqua
Ink Blending Tool*
Scrapbook Paper (Fancy Pants Designs)
Corner Punch, Rounded*
1/8 Inch Round Hole Punch*
Lace, Silver Ribbon and Small Flat Snowflake Ornament
Silver Greenery

Shop Amazon Scrapbooking Supplies*

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