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Painting with Tattered Angels

Day 3 of May Arts / Tattered Angels Blog Week!

Painting with Tattered Angels

There are so many ways to use the various "paint" products from Tattered Angels, it is hard to choose just one.  I decided to use Glimmer Mist and Glam to give HINTS of dazzle on this piece.

 

 I used a negative to chipboard sheet with a bit of Glimmer Mist, "English Ivy" on cardstock to create a light image on the paper as a background.

 
 
 

Once it has dried, I stamped a set of shutters from the new "Windows" set, created for The Rubber Cafe.  (www.therubbercafe.com)

 
 
 

The stamp was created in a way that allows you to cut the two shutter images seperately to make "working" shutters.  I used Glimmer Glaze to enhance the outside of each shutter to give it dimension.

 

 

 

I used the same Glimmer Glaze to add some reflection patterns on the windows.  Once it dried I applied Ranger's "Perfect Pearls" on the inside window boxes.

 
 
 
 
Put it all together with some beauitful May Arts Ribbon, adding the finishing touch to this card. 
 

Supply List

  • May Arts Ribbon: DD16 1.5"
  • Tattered Angels: Glimmer Mist, "English Ivy"; Glimmer Glaze
  • The Rubber Cafe, "Windows of Opportunity"
  • Ranger, Perfect Pearls, Dimensional Pearls
  • American Crafts, Cardstock

 

Blog post by: Candy Rosenberg

  1. Sue McRae

    Love your idea for the window reflection!

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  2. kas

    I love the card. The shutter stamps are adorable.

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  3. Helen LeBrett

    Great card: the window for a “welcome” card was a great idea, and I love how the glaze made the windows look real 🙂

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  4. JenMarie

    Absolutely gorgeous!!

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  5. Rebecca Ednie

    Very cool. Interesting techniques.

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  6. Kathy P

    Wow—totally loving that welcome window! I must get me some of that glaze, which really gives a pizazz to this card! Thanks for the tutorial!

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  7. Monika/buzsy

    Fabulous! Thanks for the great idea!

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  8. Renee VanEpps

    That is such a cool card! Love what you did with that stamp, very easy to understand tutorial too!

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  9. Heide D

    What a great technique!

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  10. f lynn rush

    neat project! thank you for sharing.

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  11. Rufus

    Great card…like the window technique
    R/

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  12. Sue D

    Great card–I like how you did the windows.

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  13. Janet Sisk

    So cool! Love the look on the window! 😀

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  14. Marcia D.

    Great idea and a cute card!

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  15. Ashley N Newell

    What a super fun card!

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  16. Karen K

    Really cute and good ideas.

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  17. Nicole

    Absolutely love that shutter stamp!

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  18. Melinda Wilson

    Awesome tutorial!

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  19. McStamper

    Very neat idea.

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  20. lalo

    negatives are such a great way to use our scraps…You did an awesome job with this one 🙂

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  21. Kim H

    Love the details, and how well the products work together. Thank you for sharing.

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  22. Anita A

    Stunning card! Amazing details!

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  23. Jingle

    This is a neat technique! Thanks!

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  24. Holly Tolman

    This is great for a new neighbour or a housewarming party!

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  25. Tammy Valley

    Cute card!

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