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Floral Gift Tag

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If you’re looking for a good project to practise your colour blending, then this floral gift tag is the one for you. Perfect for colour blending beginners, Helen Fitzjohn’s design will look great alongside any gifts you want to give. The best bit? You can get started straight away with this FREE template.

Floral Gift Tag

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You will need:
Dual-tip alcohol markers, various colours
Colouring pencil, orange
Adhesives: 3D foam pads, glue

1. Cover a small panel of white card in polka dot paper. Print the template, cut out and colour in with alcohol markers. Add shading to the centre of the flower using an orange colouring pencil. Fix the flower to the gift tag with 3D foam pads.

2. Cut two thin strips of white card and draw multiple squares of colour using the chisel end of your marker pens. Glue each strip down the sides of the gift tag. Stamp a sentiment in green ink, then punch a hole in the top-left corner and thread with a length of raffia.

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