Hello everyone! I have a group of Super Hero Tags to share with you today featuring some new products from Sunny Studio Stamps! Super heroes are quite popular right now and I can’t begin to tell you how many Super Hero Birthday parties that I have had for my kids over the past few years. I also know many adults that would love a Super Hero themed card or gift as well!
For my tags today, I combined the Super Duper Stamps Set along with the new Comic Strip Speech Bubbles Die. You can’t have Super Heroes without speech bubbles, right?! I adore both of these sets and they compliment each other so well! The nice thing about tags is that they are super easy to make and so versatile. You can make a quick tag to add to a gift for a favorite teacher, friend, parent, sibling, or create a bunch of Super Hero tags to add on to party favors or treat bags!
I used the Build-A-Tag #1 Dies and the new Heroic Halftones Paper Pad to create a quick and easy comic-strip style themed base for my tags. I then stamped all of my images onto a sheet of Neenah Solar White 110lb Card Stock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them with Copic Sketch Markers. I used the coordinating Super Duper Dies to cut them out.
Copic Colors Used:
** Please note: These colors are just a guide. You DO NOT need all of them to achieve nice blending. **
- Skin: E0000, E000, E00, E11, E13
- Light Blue: B000, B00, B02, B04, B06
- Orange: YR12, YR04, YR09, E35
- Tongues: R83
- Inside of Mouth: R56, R89
- Black: C3, C5, C7, 100
- Purple: V01, V04, V06, V09
- Pink: RV000, RV52, RV55, RV66, RV69
- Red: R05, R27, R46, R89, RV99
- Dark Blue: B21, B24, B28, B39
- Yellow: Y02, Y08, Y15, E34
- Green: YG01, YG07, YG17, YG67, G28
Lastly, I stamped my sentiments onto six different speech bubbles and then added a Super Hero and a speech bubble to each tag using some 3D Foam Adhesive Tape for some added dimension.
I hope you enjoyed these tags today! Thank you all for dropping by! If you liked these tags and want some more crafty inspiration, please feel free to check out my INSTAGRAM feed!
Have a lovely day!
I’m saving your color combos… do you use the C shades to do shading on everything or is it only the color
Hi Meghan! I only use the color to shade. I usually start with the lightest color first and then eventually go for a very dark color in the most shaded areas. Feel free to message me if you have any other questions! :0)
G’Day Rachel. You’ve presented us with the heroes of Marvel – à la junior, and paper crafting style! Your colouring and blending is second to none. I doff my hat to your talent – you’re my card-making (and tag making) hero, for sure! Many thanks for sharing with us today. Cheers and blessing from the Land Down Under.
Thank you so much, Adam! I appreciate your sweet comments!