This tutorial is with versatile peel offs for our newish blog, Cardmaking Online blog.
Please have a peek and comment on post if you can spare the time - see here (big blog hugs if you are able :D), and sending those especially to Mrs A. of It's an Alien Life, Sandra from Stamping for Pleasure and Sam from Hettiecraft. All three kindly took the time last post or so. :D (Addendum - also big thanks to Jools who joined our blog too! :D).
It shows uses of both pieces of an image on sheet - ie the skeleton of fish in this case and the inside of image further down. Used is the Japanese Koi, but you could use any of these sailing ship sheets or these knights, cute teddies or pretty pansies, etc.
1. Take the sheet of silver fish peel-offs, Koi, use the fine pricking tool lift the outside skeleton of the Koi peel off and place on the plain sheet of vellum. Add the other pieces to make a small scene as shown in photo a.
|Photo b. colour vellum background|
|c. Gelly Roll pens colour the fish and lily pads|
|d. Shaping tool used to shape back of vellum.|
Lay it sticky side down over the image left on original peel off sheet. Use the sharper end of the shaping tool to make all pieces adhere to the transfer paper.
|e. .Image adhered to sticky side of transfer sheet, ready to apply to card.|
Voilà! the image is transferred ready to be used.
- fine pricking tool
- plain sheet of vellum.
- Gelly roll pens
- transfer sheet
- shaping tool
- fine tweezers
- Papermania A4 Paper Pack Henbury Lane
- Silver peel off border
- Happy Birthday Peel off
- Clear Adhesive Jewels
- Holographic square paper, 5 sheets
- Other items - white and black card base, Cutting die rectangle and scallop rectangle, and embossing machine.