Mixed Media Tag Collage

Mixed Media Tag Collage (2)
I created a bunch of mixed media tags this week and decided to mount them onto a canvas to make a quick wall hanging.

The tags all started out plain white from the office supply store before I dyed them in strong tea. It was messy but fun!

I used lots of different thing to decorate the nine tags. I’ll tell you what they are under each picture:

Mixed Media Tag Collage
Top row, left to right
Tag 1: stamped text plus vintage saver stamps
Tag 2: stamping (Oxford Impressions) plus little bundle of sticks
Tag 3: stamping (Artistic Outpost) plus a dried flower and pearl
Mixed Media Tag Collage
Middle Row, left to right
Tag 1: stamping, fabric flower and vintage button
Tag 2: pre-printed transparency on stamped text
Tag 3: vintage sheet music, lace and button
Mixed Media Tag Collage
Bottom Row, left to right
Tag 1: stamping (Artistic Outpost), patterned paper and dried flower plus pearl
Tag 2: stamping (Crafty Individuals), vintage lace and pearls
Tag 3: stamping, fabric flowers, vintage button and a hat pin
I attached a piece of vintage French dictionary page to painted a canvas board and mounted the tags on top. It was a fun project – now I just need to find it a home in my house!

Hope you like it 🙂


12 Thoughts on “Mixed Media Tag Collage

  1. Wonderful set of tags!

  2. Beautiful idea!

    Lucy x

  3. Each tag is beautiful – a wonderful collage. xx

  4. Beautiful tags Ali and a smashing idea, x

  5. fab tags love them and great wall art

  6. LOVE this! glad u shared it!

  7. This is so pretty Ali, I love your vintage work and am inspired to grab an old book and play around with it.
    Heather T.

  8. This is lovely! What a great idea!

  9. Beautiful! So many different looks… the flowers and transparency are my favorites.

  10. Ali, this is so, so pretty–I want to make one, too!

  11. This is fabulous, Ali. All the tags are different but all tie together beautifully.

  12. Beautiful. You’ve used lots of different things but they all go together beautifully.

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