Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Faux Stained Glass with Tissue Paper

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Today I'm bringing out last years prom photos and creating a faux stained glass layout using tissue paper, stamps and Clear Scraps acrylic. Let's get started!

Instructions:

1. Stamp flowers on acrylic sheet. Leave the protective film on the other side for now.
2. Stamp a flower on scrap paper, hold it over multiple layers of tissue paper and cut out them all out at once. 

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3. Apply Fast Finish to stamped image on acrylic and lay down tissue paper flowers. Apply more Fast Finish over tissue paper so that the entire tissue paper is soaked through with adhesive. Allow to dry completely.

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4. Mix a bit of white acrylic paint with Fast Finish and paint over the entire acrylic sheet/tissue paper. This gives it a slight frosted effect.
5. Stamp flower twice more on white cardstock. Color with Copics (grey tones), cut out.

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6. Remove protective film from other side of acrylic. This will be the front of your layout. Apply cardstock flowers, photos and title.

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Supplies Used: Clear Scrap 12 x 12 acrylic sheet, Stampendous stamps, Tsukineko StazOn, tissue paper, Beacon Fast Finish, Reminisce alphabet stickers, white acrylic paint


21 comments:

Elena Olinevich said...

I love this idea, so very beautiful

craftymom205 said...

Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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Desire Fourie said...

Oh wow, this is a stunning layout and such an unusual stamping technique. Thanks for sharing.
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KC Eddy said...

Wendy this is amazing!!! I have to try this technique!!

Guiseppa said...

I love this idea...simply gorgeous!

{VICKI} said...

so pretty

Sue D said...

Very pretty technique.

Angi Barrs said...

Gorgeous prom project! Love how you made the flowers!

Adora Concepcion said...

wow! gorgeous layout Wendy! love it!

Julie A. Shearer said...

Wow ....this is amazing . I love the flowers . Thank you for sharing . I have to try this .

Angelica Chambers said...

Oh fun! I live the stained glass effect with tissue paper!

sharon g said...

Those flowers are so pretty. I like the subtle effect.

MM said...

I've never seen this technique before - so cool! You made it sound really easy & doable! I'm not a novice crafter, but sometimes it's hard to follow instructions for new techniques, so I appreciate how clearly you shared the steps! Thanks :)

Kas said...

this is absolutely beautiful!! an idea I am sure to "lift". The frosty look is really cool too

Gina Howe said...

WOW. What a gorgeous project! Thanks for the step by step instructions, too! Beautiful!

Denise said...

Your stained glass flowers are beautiful! Smart thinking to cut them all out at once :)

Rose Ann Deighan said...

Cool flower tutorial!

Carla said...

What a fun idea!
I'll have to
scraplift this.
Thanks for sharing.
Carla from Utah

Ree M Swartz said...

Hello Wendy, Your card is amazing! It looks so nice with the clear part in the center. Thank you for the tutorial and the tissue paper flowers idea. Ree

jordanbev5 said...

This is a fantastic layout!! Thanks for sharing!! Am pinning this!