Thursday, January 19, 2012

WOW (What's On My Worktable)

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Sorry I forgot about doing this yesterday. I was so caught up in playing with the Angelina Film & Fibers that I lost track of time. Anyways this is what I was creating yesterday. It's some charm samples for a new class that I will be teaching at a local store called the Stamp Peddler Plus. This is one using Angelina Film & Fibers which is a heat bondable product. You simply lay down several layers of the film and fibers or any combination of the 2, in between 2 no stick sheets and then iron it to create sheets of pure delightful sparklyness. From there I cut them into small strips and then I stack the strips next to each other on a piece of red liner sheet. To complete the charm I stick it to a piece of shrink plastic that has already been shrunk. (You could use chipboard or any other surface to stick the strips to.)


Here you can see all the strips of film and fiber that I have bagged and sorted by color. I know some of them may look similar but they are all a little bit different including some that I colored with alcohol ink. (The film and fiber only comes in certain colors.) 


More baggies of colorful strips.



Here's a close-up of some of the finished charms next to the sheets that I cut them out of. I learned this method of charms from Debbie at the CREATE convention that I went to in Chicago back in August. (Thanks again Debbie!)

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