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Fran•táge Friday: Paper Craft Planet
Each Friday, Paper Craft Planet shows you a technique using the new Fran*tage line of stamps from Stampendous. So much fun.
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Today’s lesson is using gesso, crackle paint & some fabric, along with some beautiful stamps from Stampendous.
Sometimes slick surfaces can be tricky with Crackle Paint, but this Shabby Chic technique creates a 3D jewelry holder in the shape of a mini dress form & gets around that issue:
Okay let’s start. Raid your daughter’s Barbie doll collection.
Step 1: Use a bit of tissue to cover her up (so the tape doesn’t stick to the doll) and then use duct tape to tape over top. I believe this is Belle that Liam found in Emma’s room.
Stamps used for this project can be found here, from Stampendous:
Step 6: For the embellishments, stamp on some grunge board. It embosses really well and is much more hardy than regular card stock. You can use distress ink & colour the grunge board. Because the sentiment is embossed, the distress ink will rub off of the embossed area.
I had grunge board in heart shapes, but I just cut it to a straight edges.
Step 7: You can use old travel tags. If they are roughed up a bit the Tim Holtz distressing ink will settle darker in the creases.
Step 10: What on earth is gesso … it’s like a white glue that prepares the surface of your medium. In your craft store, wander out of the scrapbooking isles & head toward the paint section. Look for a dude with a big fro & that’s the gesso.
By painting the form with gesso, then adding paper towel & then painting over top of the paper, it creates a maché.
Step 13: Let it dry. About a bike ride to the park & playtime on the tire swing with 2 kindergarteners.
Step 14: Then for a nice texture, add some Tim Holtz crackle paint. There are a bunch of colours you can choose from. This took a bit longer to dry, because it was humid in the garage.
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Edited: Here is the winner folks, congrats, JasminePatrick:
Okay, I have to say when I saw this week’s 3D Tuesday Challenge, I was a bit skeptical. I dunno if mine will turn out, but I had most all the supplies, so why not give it a go.
After working on it, I have to say, I LOVED THIS challenge! Paper Craft Planet’s 3D68, “Washed Away” challenge from Silvia was so much fun! I am a bit of an impatient person, so waiting for the glue to dry was difficult for me. I followed the directions pretty closely, except instead of glueing the paper to the washer & then waiting, I just used the diamond glaze to glue the paper to the washer & then the glaze on top at the same time.
I cut my patterned paper with 2 round nestabilities that best matched the washer (easy-peasy!), so really, like I said the hardest part of this craft was WAITING a day for the diamond glaze to dry. You can see my washer balanced on an empty thread bobbin here …
But look how it turns out!
Now, I must admit, I didn’t have ALL of the supplies. I didn’t have a clasp, so I just made a slip knot in the leather cording. I like it like that too, because it’s adjustable. Just tie two knots and then it slides, but because of the leather, it holds in place.
Don’t forget to trim the ends.
Check out the 3D68 album for more inspiring washer necklace patterns.
Thanks, Silvia for all the links over at Paper Craft Planet’s 3D Tuesday group.