Smokey Glitter Cut Crease
- Take a light colored eye pencil (gray or white), and cut your crease. It doesn't have to be too neat because you'll be covering it up eventually.
- Apply a light matte brown (or cream) eye shadow to your crease and blend it up towards the brow. This is your transition color
- Taking a pencil brush, apply a matte black eye shadow to the outer third of your cut crease (directly above the line you just drew.)
- Taking a clean pencil brush, blend that black eyeshadow you just applied to your outer crease, towards the inner corner of your crease.
- Taking your pencil brush again, apply a small line from the outer corner of your eye dragging it up towards the outer corner of your crease.
- Taking a medium matte brown eyeshadow apply this above the black in your crease blending the two colors together.
- Go back and forth between the matte black and the matte brown appling a small amount of each until you get a smooth transition between the two shades.
- Apply the black matte eyeshadow to your lower lash line meeting this up to the line you created in the outer corner of your eye. Blend this out using the brush or your finger
- Taking a silver eyeshadow, apply it wet to your entire lid. (You can use water, contact solution, visine, or even a setting spray.)
- Using a glitter base, (you can use lash glue, glitter adhesive, or L.A Splash Eye Shadow Sealer/Base) apply it to a small section of your eyelid then take a small synthetic percision brush and press your glitter on top of the base.
- Continue applying the glitter adhesive and the glitter until your entire lid is covered.
- Apply a matte (or shimmery if you want) cream or white eyeshadow directly under the highest point of your brow for a highlight.
- Apply a shimmery nude eyeshadow to your tear duct blending it upwards.
- Apply black eyeliner winging out the inner and outer corners, apply this to your upper waterline as well. Also apply silver liner (or silver eyeshadow) to your lower waterline.
- Set the eyeliner in your tear duct area with the same matte black eyeshadow you used before. Also apply this to the inner half of your lower lash line blending it out.
A step-by-step guide to turning a standard gift tag into a 3D face featuring Rudolph using a monkey nut.
- You will need:
- Red-headed pins (or a regular pin and a small red bead)
- Monkey nuts
- Light brown pipe cleaner
- Small garden twigs
- Black marker pen
- Coloured craft tags
- Double-sided tape or strong glue
- Coloured thread or wool
And follow the steps:
1.Colorful Washi Tape Gift Tags
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2.Round Scrapbook Paper Ornament Gift Tags
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Do you know how quick and easy this is? These round scrapbook paper ornament gift tags are incredibly easy and fun to make. And, the possibilities are really endless using scrapbook paper!
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These snowman fingerprint gift tags could be whipped up pretty quickly. Such cute little tags to match any rustic gift wrapping.
4. Mini Paper Strips And Paper Discs Gift Tags
5.Cinnamon Dough Gift Tags
6.Paper Twine Gift Tags
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7.Made With Love Tags
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Finish off your special gift with these simple yet sweet gift tags. Great for all occasions! Whatever goodies you make, these beautiful made with love gift tags make the perfect finishing touch for your heart-warming presents.
8.3D Reindeer Gift Tags Using Peanuts
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