Hi! Kim here with a tutorial for you with an idea on how to use the Chipart tool.
I had a packet of the Pink Paislee Artisan Elements frames in my stash and I wondered how the Chipart tool would work on them - so I had a play.
I chose the frame I wanted ...
I then sprayed it liberally with Glimmermist in a colour to tone with my layout. I kept adding mist and moving it around so that it sat heavily in the grooves of the letters and the frame. I also blotted off excess mist from the raised areas.
Then you need to let it dry - I left mine overnight. This is what you will end up with.
I love finding new ways to use this great tool!
I absolutely love everythng about this layout. Gorgeous! And the technique you showed us, is absolutely stunning! Thanks for sharing, I will have to give it a try! :)ReplyDelete
The more I see you use this, the more I can't wait to finally get it. :)ReplyDelete
Love this idea. So gonna try using my mist this way.ReplyDelete
absolutely FABULOUS! i have those PP frames and am CLUELESS as to what to do with them! (but i HAD to have them, you see)ReplyDelete
thanks for the ideas - the chipart tool looks awesome (does it have more than just alphas? flourishes and patterns, maybe?), and now i know i have to WAIT PATIENTLY for the mists to dry... :)
This is such a fun technique! Love how you used it on your LO!ReplyDelete
that's a seriously cool technique, I love how it all just pops!!ReplyDelete
such fun technique, gorgeous lo, I use the same papers here.ReplyDelete
Stunning Kim! Absolutely stunning!ReplyDelete
Fabulous!! Stunning layout Kim!! I love the way you can use the chipart tool to create very individual pieces! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous layout Kim and I love how you've used that tool. :)ReplyDelete