Thoroughly dry the paint with your heat gun and select a couple of colours of Distress Stains, for this sample I selected Wild Honey and Fired Brick.
Start with the light colour first and spread over the tag.
Sparingly add the second colour on select areas making sure not to cover the complete tag.
Take a baby wipe and blend. It's a fabulous technique and really fast too.
For the tag below, I stamped some Paperartsy images with Black Archival ink, added a couple of bits of Tim Holtz Tissue Tape and die cut some metal embellishments using the new Paperartsy Hardware die and Dark Chocolate metal from Ten Seconds Studio. These were edged with a TSS embossing wheel and some of the chocolate paint was then removed with a swish of alcohol ink. A few Idea-ology embellishments to finish and Bob's your uncle......fabby, fast tag!!
Here's a few more variations.
I'll show you how to paint the metal flowers with the paint and Stains another day, that's another very cool technique.
EDIT......sorry folks, today's post was very rushed, I forgot all the links but everything is available on the website www.lbcrafts.com and yes, it will all be available at Ally Pally.