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Step by Step: Hello Spring featuring Julie Nutting stamps

It’s that time of year when we are all ready for flowers, warm breezes and no more winter wear.  I decided to channel my longing for all of the above with a new decorative tag.  What better way to do so than using a Julie Nutting Paper Doll stamp and dress her up in spring attire. As an added bonus, I used the color palette from the March Prima Challenge.

I again combined two of the paper doll stamps, Marisol for the top half and Natalie for the bottom (I love her high heels!) I also used the short dress and ruffle stamps from the Dress & Skirts set as well as the wide brimmed hat from the Hats I set.

The step by step video is below, you’ll also find the materials list for this project below the video.

Julie Nutting Stamps; Marisol, Natalie, Hats II & Dress and Skirts

Oversized chipboard tag

Tissue pattern paper

Manila tag board

Tim Holtz Melangē tissue paper

Blush and Light pink cardstock : Wedding Neutrals by Craft Smith

Mint Green cardstock by Recollections

Dark Green patterned paper: Photo Mats Jewel by Colorbök

Liquitex Matte Medium

Paris map from a thrift store travel guide

Ranger Archival Jet Black ink

VersaMagic ink in Pink Petunia & Pesto

Watercolor set by Artist’s Loft

The words Hello and Spring cut from my own cut files with my Cricut Explore.

White seam binding dyed with Dylusions Mica Spray in Bubblegum Pink

Copic Ciao markers (E000, E00, E11, Y11, Y15, E93, YG11)

Fiskars Fingertip Swivel knife

The word and definition of Couture from a French-English dictionary.

7 Gypsies Vintage stamp set- polka dot background stamp

Wink of Stella Clear marker

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3 Comments

  1. jrey8971 on March 29, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    Wonderful tag and video! Thank you for the inspiration and for sharing! Now following your blog! 🙂 Jenelle

    • Tina Marie (@ArtfulGeekGirl) on March 29, 2016 at 6:15 pm

      Thanks Jenelle! It’s all a labor of love for me, so it’s especially nice to hear that other people enjoy the posts and videos.

  2. Dot Hardick on July 10, 2016 at 5:04 pm

    Thank you all the way from South Africa 🙂 Loved the tutorial and the fact that you don’t waste time waffling on about things that have nothing to do with the tutorial.

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