Composite Mica - Hannah Grey
Collage Images - Hannah Grey
Glue Film - Streuter Technologies
Distress Ink - Ranger
Archival Ink - Ranger
Background Stamps - Tim Holtz - Stampers Anonymous
Computer Generated Words
Chipboard ATC Base
Embossing Gun or Iron
1. Cut images from collage sheet.
2. Cut a 2 1/2 x 3 1/2" piece of Glue Film.
3. Stamp backgrounds using Archival Ink - Distress using various colors of Distress Inks.
4. Make your adhesive sandwich - ATC Base, Glue Film, collage elements & words topping it off with the mica. Heat with embossing gun or iron.
And here are the results....
Here is another view of the Paris card showing the mica.
For this card I added the mica in the corners. I also stamped Heidi Swapp wings onto some of the scrap mica using Archival Ink. Attached in the same fashion as the rest of the items.
Instead of a chipboard base, this card has a rusty mesh base. It was assembled in the same fashion as the other cards ~ mesh, Glue Film, collage elements, Mica then heated. The dress form (Hannah Grey) was attached by adding a small scrap of the Glue Film onto the mica, quick shot of heat with my heat gun then immediately pressing it into the molten adhesive.
Told you Mica was loads of fun!!!
Makes you want to pull some out and play huh?
Tomorrow I'm going to take a break from the mica and share another fun project I recently made for Hannah Grey.
Don't forget Friday is Ink Stained Sketch Day!!! If you've forgotten what the sketch looks like it was posted with last weeks 4 for 1 - 7/11/08.
WISHING YOU ALL A VERY INKY DAY!!!!!