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Love to Travel

"Love Makes the World go Round" with travel.  Traveling is one of my favorites things to do... I dream of the places I would love to visit next!

Supplies:
Manila Tag
Paints
Punchinella
Brown mist
Metallic Rub
Gilding Foil
DUO
Altered Pages Collage Sheet Vintage Travel
Bazzill Mini Edges
Chipboard gears
Tacky Glue
Ink brown & gold
Twine
Black ink pen
Glue Stick
Dimensional Foam












On Manila Tag apply Paints using Punchinella, let dry.  Mist dry tag with Brown mist, then let dry.


Apply Metallic Rub randomly on the tag.

Adhere Gilding Foil with DUO to the tag.  Add a Bazzill Mini Edge to the bottom of the tag with Tacky Glue. 

Type the words " LOVE to Travel" on the computer.  Draw lines around with black ink.  Use Metallic Rub to age.

Cut image from Altered Pages Collage Sheet Vintage Travel, adhere to cardstock with Glue Stick, then attach to tag with Dimensional Foam.
 Finally, attach the sentiment and Chipboard gears with Tacky Glue and Dimensional Foam.  Add a bit of Twine.

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