Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Technique Tuesday ~ Kraft Glassine

 Technique Tuesday
 I'll share
a tag I made using
 Tim Holtz idea-ology
"Kraft Glassine"

I love this unique paper. It can be used many ways in your artwork.
 The 36 pages are 5" x 8."
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Papillon Cling Mount Stamps
Kraft Glassine
Tim Holtz Movers & Shapers Tag Die
Tim Holtz Tattered Flower die
Craft sheet
Tim Holtz Distress ink:
Tumbled glass
Broken china
Brushed corduroy
Fired brick
Dusty concord
Blending ink tool
Archival ink:
Distress Stickles
Clear rock candy
Studio Multi-Medium Matte
Brass stencil
Small paint brush
White card stock
Mini brad
Heat Tool 
Heavy Duty 14 pt. file folder (Staples)
Vagabond tool

1)    I used my Vagabond with Movers & Shapers bookplate die to cut a tag.
Designers Note: I use 14 pt. heavy-duty file folders with my tag die; the smooth finish works well for many of my crafting needs.  
2)    Place tag on craft sheet; apply Dusty Concord inks to foam applicator; in a circle motion cover the right side of tag working down and across bottom of tag. And then add Brushed Corduroy on clean foam applicator in center and then apply Tumbled Glass to the left of tag. Next, apply Broken China over the Tumbled Glass. And then, add Fired Brick over the Dusty Concord. Blending as needed to get the colors desired.  
3)    While still wet sprinkle a little water over the tag.
Designers Note: This is done by taking the tag to the sink. Add a very small amount of water in the palm of your hand and sprinkle the tag with a few drops.
4)    Quickly heat set to dry.

5)    Stamp script with Sepia ink over the inked background.
6)    Stamp butterflies with black ink. Heat set to dry.
7)    Stamp an addition butterfly on white card stock using sepia ink.
8)    Cut out butterfly.
9)    Add multi-medium matte as an adhesive to center of butterfly, adhere butterfly to tag.
10)    Add Distress Stickles over butterfly. Heat set to dry.

1)    To begin: crumble one sheet of Kraft glassine papers three times.
2)    Cut three flowers in one pass using Tim Holtz Alterations “Tattered Florals” die with you’re choice of a die cutting machine. I used my Vagabond die cutting tool.  
3)    Layer the three flower die cuts; punch a tiny hole in center. Add brad to hold the flower together.
4)    Add rhinestone to center.
5)    Crunch the flower to resemble a real flower.
6)    Use multi-medium matte to adhere flower to tag.
7)    Place brass stencil on tag, use paint brush to paint the number 5 with black dabber paint. Remove stencil and clean with water. Allow to dry.
8)    Add fibers to finish this tag.
Close-up of finished tag.

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