domingo, 15 de mayo de 2011

My first tutorial

 
Hey girls this is my first tutorial for the Sunday Tutorial @ Frosted Designs blog

What you need:
  1. Transparencies: from any office supply store
  2. Puffy paint: Liquid pearls and dimensional pearls, fabric paint. etc
  3. Swirls template: I bought a few bling swirls and scan them and print them to have my templates, but you can use stitch templates available on the internet or any gem or rhinestone template will do. Also you can make it using templates of butterflies, crown, hearts etc.
  4. Scissors or craft knife.


 Take you template and put it under the transparency



 Place paint in the transparency on top of each circle. Squeeze the bottle of paint gently, always adding small amount at a time, because if you need more you can add it, if you don't like the dot of paint, grab a cotton swab and wipe the transparency clean and do it again.



 Once you make the whole template, allow to dry from 20 to 30 minutes. That depends on the size of the dots of paint. I usually do a lot of them and let them dry overnight. After the paint is dry and hard, cut around the edges, really close to the dots so there is not much of the transparency to see.



Here is the finished result. I use paper thin glue dots to adhere them to my pages. Cut the glue dot if it's too big and put it in the transparency where the bigger dost are.

7 comentarios:

  1. Wiiiipiti, que lindo esta eso. Me encanto el tutorial, lo voy a tratar. Gracias por compartir, Zulma

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  2. Gracias por el tutorial! excelente!

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  3. Oye pero que es eso de los frasquitos, es como un realzador con pintura o que es?

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  4. Very nice... saludos... y gracias por siempre visitar mi blog y dejarme tus comentarios. Los valoro mucho.

    www.winecheesescrapbooking.blogspot.com

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  5. Cool! Thanks for sharing. I will have to try this.

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  6. Opine en FD me falto aqui... sigue que vas bien muy bien Karin. Yo uso esas Puffy Paint y el Liquid Pearl son fabulosos para tantas cosas.
    Gracias por compartir tu tutorial y que vengan muchos mas.
    Suerte!

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  7. Karin, gracias por este tutorial, me gusto mucho la idea de la pintura y el patron que haces. Ya voy a practicar, luego te cuento.
    Abrazos, Myrna

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