Sunday, 1 March 2009

Project of the Month - March


March - Cracked Glass Technique - By Judy

You will need, a stamped and coloured Sugar Nellie image, an inkpad suitable for embossing (such as Versamark) and Ultra Thick Clear Embossing Powder.

1.Stamp and colour image as usual.

2.Cover image with Versamark ink or equivalent, then cover with Ultra Thick Clear Embossing powder (normal clear embossing powder will work just as well)
3.Heat to melt. Add second coat of powder while still hot.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have smooth coverage


4.Put in freezer until cold.
5.Crack image as desired! (Try doing it in different directions)
(Optional: daub dark brown ink into the cracks for a vintage look!)

Then, all you have to do is apply to a card or other craft project!

Please click on the photographs to be taken to The Sweeties own blog's for more pictures and details of how they created their projects.
Firstly this month, please join me in welcoming our guest Sweetie, Cathy!


Judy



Marlene

Gayle


Kathy


We would love to see your creations made using this easy and effective technique!


Please submit your entries in accordance with the 'Sweet Rules' (on the sidebar)
Closing date for entries noon on Tuesday 31st March (GMT)
We will choose one Sweet friend from the entries, who will join the team for the May 'Sugar Sugar project'


Will it be you?

19 comments:

Shazza said...

what stunning DT cards girls, just amazing
x

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Kristine said...

Hi!
This was so much fun. I loved the challenge.You will find my card HERE.....
Hugs from Kristine

Leanne Ellis said...

Ooooo, I am SO gonna try this technique, I love it!! And I've had some extra thick embossing powder sat on my desk for a while now so you've just given me a great new use for it!! And all the cards are just beeoooootiful!!! :) xx

Lorraine Robertson said...

So good to be encouraged to get the old UTEE out again... thank you. Super technique that I haven't used for so long yet love deeply & what gorgeous creations from the DT.... TFS.

http://craftycoo.blogspot.com/2009/03/sugar-sugar-challenge.html is my card.

Hugs
Lorraine xxx

Ladypou said...

Great projects :) i really liked doing this. Here is my card

http://passioncartesetplus.blogspot.com/2009/03/projet-du-mois-de-mars-sugar-sugar.html#links

Lauretta

Dena said...

Awe these cards are great! Fun technique Here is mine.

Lazy Days said...

I loved the idea and got right to it, however I don't know how to put a link in to show you all my card DOH!

Lazy Days said...

Hi I love tring something new so I give it ago you can't see the cracks very well unfortunatly but they are there lol I'm afraid I haven't learnt how to post a photo yet but if any one can HELP! that would be really apreciated thanx


http://craftydawn.blogspot.com/

Mephisto said...

Hi,
thats a great Technique. but sorry, I have no Embossing Inkpad and Pulver :-(
So I have done a own Technique with 3D Glue *g*

Here is my Card

Greetings
Domi

Piia said...

Wonderful tutorial and very good challenge :)

Here's my card with the technique

Arty Party NI said...

Hi all, first time ever entering your challenge blog and I really did enjoy using this technique, well here is my entry, hope you like it. Great inspiration from the DT will definately be trying this again, Karen xoxo

Jeanette said...

Wonderful technique and a great tutorial. thanks! Here is mine.
Hugs Jeanette

Evelina Wikberg said...

Loving the cracked glass technique. Gonna use it over and over again. Brilliant. Have a good day. Here is my Entry

xx Funky Fairy xx said...

Absolutely Gorgeous creations girls :)
This is my 1st time joining in with you.....this challenge took me way...way back...i havent done this technique for about 4 years.
Thanks for the challenge :)
You can find my creation here

Shazza said...

At last, I managed to try this out and I love it. Thanks Judy
x

Shazza said...

oops, I forgot to leave my link so here goes
my entry

Kim Dellow said...

Fab to play with this techniques all. Lovely DT makes. So pretty.
Here is mine
Thanks
Kim

Julie Campbell said...

This was really fun! I've seen this technique before... but never tried it. Thanks for the inspiration! :)

Here's Mine:
http://stampedinhisimage.blogspot.com/2009/03/sugar-bowl-challenge.html