This months brief for Tattered Angels was 'glass'. I hadn't ever tried it before so it was a real eye-opener for me. I found Glimmer Glaze the best product for the job, it sticks well and can be made to look either transparent or opaque. My first project was a small glass jar which I have done up to hold chocs for a thank-you gift. I have used a TA tag and letter stickers, misted of course.
Then I found an old Heidi Swapp mirror album. I stamped some swirls with Stazon then used these as a guide to paint Glimmer Glaze around the edge. I trimmed it with some yummy crepe ribbon (misted) and velvet ribbon, some Kaiser bling, Dymo, fabric alpha stickers and a lovely Girl's Paperie charm.
misted with several different colours and using a piece of Glimmer Glass as a mask.
Glimmer Screen then used it to 'stamp' onto transparency. I cut a grassy edge mask and misted under the tree. Lots of stunning colours make up the background, again with some Glimmer Glass used both as masks and embellishments. I painted the back with yellow to brighten the colour.
Chalkboard and Glimmer Mists, to decorate some cheap acrylic goblets. They took overnight to dry and are now waiting for further attention. I think they'll make nice treasure containers once I seal the outside with a matt spray varnish and trim with some ribbons and bling :-)
I'm so impressed with how Tattered Angels paints and mists have come up on all these surfaces I have a few more things in the pipeline yet! OMG such fun!
Hope I have inspired you to have a go.
Thanks so much for dropping by :-)