Saturday, June 16, 2007

Cracked Glass Tutorial

Cracked Glass is one of my favourite techniques, and it's easy to do, though a bit time consuming!
1-stamp your image.
2-colour your image, if necesary.
3-cover your image with Versamark.
4-pour on the Ultra-Thick Embossing Powder (SU Glassy Glaze).
5-heat with a heat gun.
6-repeat steps 3,4 and 5 TWO MORE times...(total of 3 times).
7-place image in freezer for 2 minutes.
8-remove from freezer and IMMEDIATELY bend the paper. It will crack.
9-rub the image in Chocolate Chip ink, making sure to get ink in the cracks then wipe off the excess with a Kleenex.

See, easy peasy!

CS:Old Olive, More Mustard, White (SU) and black Bazill
ink: black Staz-On, Chocolate Chip
acc: Old Olive, Chocolate Chip and Summer Sun watercolour crayons, water colour brush, twine, pop dots, Versamark, Glassy GlazeEP.

10 comments:

Rachel Tops AKA "Doodlebug4444" said...

OH MICHELLE... just gorgeous girl.. linking you to my Sat findings.. AMAZING

Rach

Flossie's Follies said...

Wow, this card is fantastic, and thanks for sharing the technique.

Corie said...

What a great card. Thanks for sharing.

Laura B said...

Thank you for visiting my Blog. I am really new at this. I love your tutorial on the cracked glass...you said it so much better than I did on my Dutch tile. I really appreciate your comments and encouragement. Your site is great and I love your work.

Teresa said...

Hi Michelle, Thanks for visitng my Blog, it helped me find yours and your wonderful cracked glass tutorial. I'll have to try this soon!

Thanks

Teresa

Marie said...

I love this card and I'm a big fan of the cracked glass myself!

You are making me want to shop - I don't have this set but everytime I see it used I want it!

kathy said...

I really need to try this cracked glass. Your's is beautiful

Barbara said...

very cool!!

Libby Hickson aka stampinlibby said...

I also love this technique - and love how you used it with this set!

TJ said...

I love the tropical theme and the colors go extremly great with each other.