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Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Woodware sketch challenge



The main element on this card, besides the lovely flower of course, is the panel made from strips of Magenta papers. I learnt the technique with Susan Pickering Rothermel and just love making them!
I've used USArtQuest products and Magenta papers. Us
ing a piece of thick chipboard, any size will do, cover it with Great Tape (PPA201). Cut up a collection of patterned papers into strips of different widths and lengths.
Begin with one piece and stick to the sticky chipboard, continue to cover the chipboard creating a mosaic design all over. Don't worry if your strips are too long and hang over the edge.
Once you have covered the chipboard trim any strips. Take a contrasting ink pad and colour the edges of the chipboard. Using Perfect Paper Adhesive in gloss (PPA104) pour a generous fifty pence piece size piece of glue into the centre of the chipboard and spread around the surface using a palette knife (or an old credit card!), add more glue if need be. Allow to dry. This can take about an hour.
The finished result is a glossy masterpiece! Want to be more creative? Why not sprinkle Mica Flakes, Mica Delights or micro beads all of which are available from Woodware.

Product list.....
Crafty Edger
Magenta papers
Great Tape
Perfect Paper Adhesive
Floral Punch Book 1 for flower instructions
Orange punches, balloon, daisy and snowflake to make the flower
FPC tools and mat
Woodware gems
Woodware 826-28 swirl punch
Brown gingham ribbon
Peeloffs 92664

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