Pink Valentine Tag with Pigment Inks

by | February 8th, 2016 | Comments Off on Pink Valentine Tag with Pigment Inks

Hello Clearsnap fans!  Lisa Marie here today to show you how to make a Pink Valentine Tag using Clearsnap Pigment Inks.  Valentine’s Day is just a few days away and these candy Valentine gifts are easy and fun to make.  These little bags filled with heart candy are sure to please everyone on your gift list.  Great idea for school valentine parties and exchanges too!

Pink Valentine Tag

Pink Valentine Tag Supplies:

Let’s Get Started:

Using Teresa Collins Loft Black ink pad, stamp the “To: From:” stamp onto the tag.

Pink Valentine Tag

Stamp the arrow onto the tag below the “From:” stamp, using the TopBoss® Embossing Pad.  Sprinkle the ColorBox Gold Embossing Powder over the arrow.  Turn tag upside down to remove excess powder.  Using an embossing gun, heat the powder until it melts.

DIY Embossing Ink

Next, stamp the heart stamp under the arrow, using Teresa Collins Glitz Gold Ink pad.  Stamp a second heart, so that it overlaps the first one.

Teresa Collins Pigment Ink

Make heart candy using candy melts and a heart mold.  Follow the manufactures instructions for melting the candy melts.

DIY Heart Candy

Fill a cello bag with pink and white heart candy.  Decorate the bag with heart stickers.  Use pink twine to attach the Pink Valentine Tag to the bag.

These bags are so cute!  Everyone will want one.  This project is easily customized to any occasion or holiday, by changing the theme of the candy and colors.  Teresa Collins inks are gorgeous, rich and luscious pigment inks that are available in eight colors, including metallics.  I just love how rich the color is.  Which one, will you chose for your next project?

To see a full tutorial on how to make the heart candy melts, please visit my personal blog.


About Lisa Marie Jimenez

Lisa Marie Jimenez is a professional jewelry designer, with 24 years of experience in the industry. She designed her own line of jewelry which sold to gift/clothing boutiques for 10+ years. Her designs have been published in US and International bead/jewelry magazines, along with several front cover features. Lisa’s designs have also graced the covers of four romance novels. She shares her jewelry designing techniques to others through her personal blog and currently writes a column for an international bead magazine.

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