Fun with Tattered Angels

Seriously..  Playing with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and Glaze is fun. Sprayin' stuff and drippin' stuff brings out the artist in me.. My 8 year-old son, Phoenix LOVES Tattered Angels and he actually did the background of this first card:

  1. Cut out a rectangle from the centre of some scrap cardstock and adhere it to the white cardstock with temporary adhesive. 
  2. Spray to your hearts content. 
  3. Let the mist dry and remove the template. 
  4. Cut the butterfly out and adhere to the card with dimensional adhesive. I used Helmar Scrap-dots. 
These next two cards started out with the digital stamp called Spider Web background from The Cutting Cafe printed on kraft paper. 

  1. Cut the kraft paper to size. 
  2. Spray one half of the cardstock with purple and one half with orange. Set aside and let dry. 
  3. Punch out sentiment and rim with webbed ribbon. 

  1. Cut kraft cardstock to size. 
  2. Drip green and purple glimmer glaze randomly on cardstock and allow it to dry. Once it's completely dry it will act as a resist to the glimmer mist. 
  3. Mist purple and green glimmer mist all over the card and allow it to dry completely. 
  4. Adhere ribbon and sentiment. 
I am so glad I got into these!! I gotta teach a class on it soon. It's so fun! 

Take care! mwah!

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