Tattered Angels: Glimmer Screen Emboss Resist Technique

When I heard our theme is going to be Resist Tchniques this month on the Educator blog I put my thinking cap on and one morning I woke up with an idea and it worked great 🙂 Here is the out come and the tutorial on how to do it 🙂

You simply sew around the canvas fabric, then add it to your cardstock, layer the Framed Font Compact and Frame and add journaling – and there you go – a fun – textured – wallpaper like looking – Card or background.

If you want to learn more fun techniques using Tattered Angels come and visit my upcoming Tattered Angels workshops or book them for your store. Here is a place where I teach some of those and other fun Tattered Angels techniques right now:

Online Workshop “Layered Backgrounds” for CraftEdu

Have a great day 🙂

Comments

  1. AWESOME!
    LOVE IT!
    thanks for your inspiration!

  2. Great technique! And Happy Anniversary!!

  3. Your blog is awesome, so glad Vicky spotlighted you so I can follow you! ~Diane

  4. Ohman wie genial ist das denn wieder!? Hm…dann muss doch noch so ein Maschinchen her! Ein Argument mehr!!! 🙂
    Lg, Maria

  5. Great technique and tutorial! I linked to it from today’s daily scrapbook news article at http://exm.nr/aX2ro9 🙂 Have a terrific Tuesday!

  6. sehr lehrreich. tfs!
    hab mir gerade meine erste canvas zugelegt und werd das bestimmt probieren.
    hast du einen tipp, was man statt der “die cut mashine” nehmen könnte um die höhe zu erlangen? hab leider noch keine 😦

    LG Felicitas

  7. so cool!

  8. amazing Nat! you’re an artist, seriously!

  9. Vicki Chrisman says:

    THIS IS AMAZING!!! So cool Nat! You think of everything girl!

  10. oooooooooo very cool!

  11. das sieht so g..l aus!!!!

  12. Cuchy: It makes a little mark – but not really mention wise – and as you water it with the glimmer mist- it almost vanishes. So there is only a small imprint- that adds with the embossing powder to a nice texture and depth.

  13. cool – gefällt mir!!! 😀 tfs!!

  14. Love it! Funny technique. As you pass the screen through the embossing machine, it dry-embosses also the cardstock? or the screen is too thin to leave a mark?

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