Tim Holtz - Creative Chemistry 102 class - Day 2 - Stencils, Layering, Dry & Heat

Created: October 12, 2013
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I decided to take Tim's On Line class again - Chemistry 102. These are samples from Day 2.

 

Layering:
Put Distress paint on craft sheet and pick up with a sponging tool and apply through stencil onto tag. (Clockwork & Tim's "Burlap")

Distress paint sponged into Burlap stencil Antique Linen. Paint sponged through Clockwork Victorian Velvet. Dried
Distress Stain all over Victorian Velvet
Sponged pads Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, Seedless Preserves
Stencilled (Crafters Workshop "Letters") sponging Black Soot
Flicked water. Sponged edges.

 

Dry Embossing:

In my Big Shot Pro machine - White opaque, 3 plastic .007 shims, B plate, Magnetic mat, stencil, cardstock, tan mat, B plate.
Sponge Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, Forest Moss, Seedless Preserves. Black Soot on edges.
Sand high points


Tag 1                                                                                   Tag 2

 

Heat Embossing:

Sponge through stencil with Distress pads - Scattered Straw, Spiced Marmalade, Forest Moss.
Apply clear embossing powder and flick some off. (note: tag 1 did not get flicked.)
Heat emboss
Put stencil back and sponge some brown. Remove stencil and sponge in open areas.
Tag 2 I used damp towel to remove excess which dirtied the white lines.
Added Seedless Preserves around edges.

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