Clearly for Art…

Nov 5, 2010

My oh my, oh my is Wendy Vec­chi’s “Clear­ly for Art” super cool to work with… seri­ous­ly you will LOVE play­ing with this mod­el­ing film. It is lit­er­al­ly fool proof you CAN NOT mess this stuff up… promise!

Sup­plies Need­ed: Tim Holtz Alter­ations Tat­tered Flo­rals Bigz Die, Alco­hol Inks Cran­ber­ry, Gin­ger, Ter­ra Cot­ta, Ranger Felt Appli­ca­tor Tool, Stu­dio 490 Be Inspired… Make Art Stamp Set, Archival Ink Jet Black, Ranger — Non Stick Craft Sheet, Heat Gun, 7 Vin­tage But­tons, Embroi­dery Floss


  • Using the Tat­tered Flo­rals Die cut two of the daisy look­ing flow­ers. Punch a small hole in the cen­ter of each flower. Place these on a Non Stick Craft Sheet. Apply Cran­ber­ry, Gin­ger and Ter­ra Cot­ta Alco­hol Inks onto a Felt cov­ered Blend­ing Tool. Apply Alco­hol Inks onto the two flow­ers.
  • Using the Plaid stamp from the “Be Inspired… Make Art” stamp set apply Jet Black Archival Ink onto it and stamp the two flow­ers.
  • Using a heat gun, heat one flower until you can mold it… it does not take long. Shape the flower petals into the shape you want. Once it cools it will hard­en and remain that shape. IF YOU DO NOT LIKE THAT SHAPE… just reheat it and it will go flat. I swear this stuff is so dang cool. Now start the process all over again until you get the flower in the shape you like. See I told you, you can­not mess this up. Do the same thing on the sec­ond flower.
  • Thread 6 vin­tage but­tons togeth­er, stack the flow­ers on top of each oth­er and thread the embroi­dery floss through the hole. Now thread 1 but­ton onto the back and tight­ly tie a knot to secure the but­tons in place.

It is that sim­ple. Now you have a unique embell­ish­ment to use on any of your projects. Ok I am back into the scrap room to cre­ate more book projects and work on my next online work­shop. I will be teach­ing you how to recre­ate the 10 hol­i­day projects fea­tured in my book. This work­shop will include 2 cards, 1 mini album, 1 ban­ner, 1 gift tag, 1 orna­ment and 4 lay­outs. Hope to see you there.

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