The next cool technique from Papertrey Ink’s Stamp-a-Faire event is turning paper into a cool faux rusted iron embellishment. Betsy Veldman has a great tutorial for this HERE. Here’s how my project turned out:
Hard to believe that’s paper, right?! It could easily be an aged metal piece, don’t’cha think?!
But, no – it started out as a lowly piece of white cardstock with a bit of texture paste!
I lined the back of the inside to give more writing space as I don’t want to write too far out to the edge that shows through to the front…
- Papertrey Ink Swoosh stamp and die
- Spellbinders Radiant Rectangles dies
- Core’dinations cardstock: white & black
- Papertrey Ink cardstock: Canyon Clay
- Art-C white molding paste
- Side note: my molding paste had hardened, but adding water made it liquid again, so you might want to try that before tossing any!
- Papertrey Ink dye inks: Terracotta Tile & Ocean Tides
- Lawn Fawn dye ink: Walnut
- Ranger Perfect Medium
- Ranger Perfect Pearls: Heirloom Gold, Pewter, Green Patina
- Tsukineko Versamark Ink
- Hampton Arts Metallic Copper embossing powder
- Simply Defined ‘Stay Put’ liquid adhesive
- Misc. Twine
I’m joining in the following challenges, click on any one to find out how you can join the fun:
- Papertrey Ink’s Stamp-a-Faire 2017: Faux iron
- Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge: Anything Goes
- Cropstop August Challenge Linky Party #31 – Core’dinations, Ranger, Spellbinders, Tsukineko
I’m glad you stopped by! I’ll be right back with one final card from this set.
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