Friday, October 15, 2010

October Plaque

Hi y'all! Lori Here......Since I have never used flocking before. For my technique I decided to flock a gcd Studios chip board piece. The piece I used is bird that was easily turned into a raven.
Flocking is a very simple ans easy technique. I will definitely be doing it again.

I started out with this Christmas frame.
I used stazon and a black sharpie to color the wood frame.
My black paint was out on loan. I love the shine the stazon
created. I used my heat gun to speed up the drying process.

Here is the chipboard piece after I put a layer of black stazon
over it. Inking it before adding the flocking helps hide any
missed spots. To adhere the flocking I used Elmers spray
on glue. It seemed to work well and gave an even coat.

Here is a close up of the flocking. It actually feels like
velvet too. It gives the bird a nice texture.
Have a super day!


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