You may remember these chipboard embellishments
as one type from many that I sold on fb
few weeks ago, or you may saw it at my store
at Citos or Senci, Jakarta or IP, Bandung.
(Hopefully you already grabbed some.:))
I just have the chance now
to show you how to color these chipboards,
beside using acrylic paints that I used to
show you in my classes.
is much simpler and quicker for sure.
Are you ready?
You can take one of frame chipboard here
And trace the shape to the patterned paper
you will use later, cut it a few mm smaller
than the chipboard shape.
The photo size you choose must be fit nicely
into the frame chipboard.
Now, Bring it on, baby....
bring the glimmer mist on....
I like to use some cardstock as background
while I am spraying, cause the mist
will go everywhere...
and I intend to NOT waste any of it.LOL.
I'll use the cardstock later for, well,
So all you have to do is tap the bottle
slowly in the bottom, to your palm.
(not shaking the bottle, cause it will cause the
glimmer powder to go straight up and choke
the spray, which will make you to do extra work
with washing the spray head with warm water
to clean it up again, or spray it with 'tornado'
-a gear to clean up camera lens-)
After the powder blended with water, spray it.
See the glimmering color there?
If at first you spray it you only see
the water, not the glimmer,
don't fred, just spray some more.
From the pic above, you may think that
the color doesn't change much.
But see it when I put the frame back
to the other size of raw chipboard frames
I took from earlier.
And with the less amount of drying time,
you can glue it to your page immediately
and finish your layout in no time.
After you trying these very basic skill
for using glimmer mist,
I'll add on more tips and skill using it
in my next class.
note : The photo of the dress is belong
to Mrs.Vina Vinessa who designed it.
I was asked to make her portfolio
with scrapbook style,
which I gladly make this last two weeks.