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Wedding Card – Tutorial *Tattered Angels & Basically Bare*

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Cards, Chalkboard Glimmer Mist, Design Team, Embossing, Glimmer Glam, Glimmer Glaze, Glimmer Mist, My Art, Tattered Angels, Tattered Angels Workshop, Techniques, Workshops

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I love that you can use the four Tattered Angels Paint Media and use them alone or together to archive different looks on different products in the industry and different surfaces.

For a funky Wedding Card for one of my best and oldest friends I used the Basically Bare Corrugated Chipboard and the Acrylic Heart and here is what I did:

I taped the corrugated Heart with Tim Holtz Paper Tape

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and then painted over some Golden Goddess Glimmer Glam with a Fan Brush
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and let it dry.

Then I sprayed it with Red Velvet Glimmer Mist – having the areas that were treated with the Glimmer Glam resist the Glimmer Mist.
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Next I took the acrylic heart, stamped it with Embossing Ink and then embossed it with a golden-green Embossing powder. -sorry for the blurry picture- I did only this one terrible shot….:)
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I sprayed the Heart with Cherry Cola Chalkboard Glimmer Mist because the Chalkboard niceley grabs so slick surfaces too and leaves a nice look on acrylic.

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I ripped off some of the paper tape again from the chipboard heart to release some of the currogated areas and used some Pewter Glimmer Glaze flicking it onto the background- and also stippled some Hammered Copper Glimmer Glam onto the background. And there you go :)
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You can learn lot’s of techniques using Tattered Angels Products in one of my upcoming workshops – the next ones are

on August 27th, 2011 – at Creavil in Berlin, Germany.

don’t hesitate to contact me if you want me in your store or area .

Nathalie Kalbach – www.scrapbook-trends.com

Nat

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  • Kerstin

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    Ich guck mir das dann mal in echt und farbig an. Wir sehen uns nämlich bei Creavil. :)

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