I wanted to show you how to make a tag with more than one or two colors, and even with colors that would get muddy if blended. Most colors can look great together, if you keep them separated.
First thing I did, was to take my tag and stick it UNDER the plastic that I was going to color on. That way, I could place my color in the positions I wanted it, and made sure it was pretty random. For this, I used the real red, glorious green, and brilliant blue markers. I used red sparingly, since it is an overpowering color. I removed my tag, and spritzed the plastic with water.
I pushed some of the ink around with my finger, to take away the squiggle lines, BUT NOT to mix the colors. I then put my tag down on top.
Here is the finished tag, and the close up of the stickles and white gel pen accents. You can also see the tag I created with my tutorial HERE. I sponged the edges in basic grey and matted it on black. I stamped some flourishes along the edges, and added the ribbon. I again added the jumbo eyelet to the top for stability. Try this tutorial, I LOVED the end result. Have fun and happy stamping!!