CUTE PAPER GIFT TAG CRAFT - Texas Art and Soul - Create a Paint Party Business Online
 

This week I will be LIVE EVERY DAY, teaching you marketing strategies, social media strategies, how to do Facebook live, and even talking about imposter syndrome and anxiety!

Are you ready to dive in and get started making money, doing what you love? PAINT PARTY HEADQUARTERS IS OPEN you can sign up HERE!

TONIGHT! Join me for the FREE Paint Parties Online Workshop

Discover how to make money teaching online paint parties, so you don’t have to leave the house, buy a ton of supplies, wash 100 paint brushes!

If you are looking to pursue your passion, learn new skills, and make money, you are in the right place. I’ll walk you step-by-step through some of the most important parts of starting (and growing) a stable paint party business.

Join Pixie and I as we make these easy and fun paper gift tags with stencils. I just got a watercolor pan set from Michaels (always use a coupon) and used paper from a 140lb watercolor paper pad. But you can use whatever you have on hand. Use your favorite colors and paint it solid or create an ombre background. Once the paint dries you can, pick your favorite stencil and line it up over your paper tag. I love the stencils and daubers from Essential Stencil (Coupon Code TEXASHEIDI)! I was nervous to try something new, but hey, its okay to make a mistake. I used my dauber and a little bit of mod podge to stencil a deer head on my tag. Then use my newest obsession of chunky glitter and dumb some over the stencil. The hardest part was letting it dry for a few minutes. As I was waiting, I made a “Joy” paper tag with some white acrylic paint, my dauber and a cute stencil that has a snowflake for the “O” in Joy. Once my glitter deer head had dried for a few minutes I was so scared to pull it up. But it was so pretty! I was so happy it worked out and didn’t turn into a disaster.