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Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag

Make your own Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag from Tiffany Windsor using Aleene's Tacky Dots! This project could pass for something your grandma would have loved. Best of all, this the materials for this project are inexpensive and easy to acquire.

Look of Vintage Floral Earrings
 

Materials:

  • Aleene’s Tacky Dot Singles or Aleene’s Tacky Dot Rolls
  • Shipping tag
  • Acrylic paints – colors of your choice
  • Paint brush (or cosmetic sponge)
  • Paper towels
  • Muslin fabric
  • Rubber stamps
  • Permanent stamping ink
  • Silk or paper flower petals (1 large and 1 medium for tag and 4 small for earrings)
  • Small earring post jewelry findings with earring backs
  • Ribbon (I used velvet – approximately 5″)
  • Push pin
  • Sewing machine and thread (optional) – to add decorative detail to fabric and paper towel

Instructions:

  1. Prepare your shipping tag by randomly applying a light coat of several colors of acrylic paint. Let dry.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tags
     
  2. Repeat painting process on fabric and paper towel(s). Let dry. Stamp fabric and paper towels with desired design(s). Let dry. If desired, stitch decorative zig zag stitch on fabric and/or paper towel pieces.Select Aleene’s Tacky Dots according to desired size.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  3. Press Tacky Dots on back of fabric.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  4. Adhere fabric to shipping tag. If needed, trim to size with scissors.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  5. Repeat application of Tacky Dots and adhere paper towel piece into place on tag.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  6. Select several flower petals that will nest nicely when stacked.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  7. Apply Tacky Dots between layers, to back of bottom petal and center of top petal.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  8. Adhere flower to top of tag. Tie ribbon into knot and place into Tacky Dot on top petal.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  9. Select two tiny petals and jewelry post for each earring. Adhere two layers of petals together with Tacky Dots.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  10. Press face of jewelry post into Tacky Dot and then press onto back of flower.

    Look of Vintage Foral Earrings and Gift Tag
     
  11. Poke holes into tag with push pin. Insert earrings to create a pretty presentation.

    Look of Vintage Floral Earrings and Gift Tag

For a video tutorial of this project, check out How to Make Vintage Floral Earrings and Matching Gift Tag.

 

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