Create Greeting Cards with Glass Painting Techniques
North Light Books, 1999 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
Something new and exciting for greeting card artists! This book shows how to turn an ordinary sheet of flexible acetate film (available at any craft or office supply store) into an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind greeting. All it takes are some simple glass painting techniques, the clear step-by-step instructions and full-size templates in this book, and anyone can achieve charming results in minutes. The author even shows how to add a little extra dazzle with glitter, beads, ribbons and other decorations. Card-makers will find this book to be a never-ending source of ideas for holidays, birthdays, weddings, graduations-any special occasion.
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24 hours acetate centrally aperture and stick apply glue apply the outliner Assorted Bourgeois spirit-based card aperture card with oblong card with square carefully cut colours completely dry Deep Blue design facing outwards Dimensions Design double-fold greeting card flat surface Following the outline glue gun Glue stick Grey outliner Hiding White 004 ICut the sheet inside edge inside top edge invisible thread knot Lazer silver glitter Leave to dry Lefranc & Bourgeois Length 10cm 4in length of invisible Method 1 Place Needle and invisible numbers OHP photocopy transparency outliner is dry Paintbrush paper ribbon Pebeo Vitrail spirit-based photocopy transparency sheet pipe cleaners Place the acetate Place the sheet position the acetate scissors sheet of acetate Silver outliner Small round sticker square aperture star sequins surface with tape tape Method ICut template and secure tweezers to place white double-fold greeting White spirit Whole card width 10cm 4in width 9cm Yellow 14