Magicals and Glue Technique for Sparkling Texture

Hello Lindy’s Stamp Gang fans! It’s Marta Turska – Grochocka here.

Today I have for you photo tutorial, where I used the “Magicals & Glue” technique. I’ve discovered, that magical pigment mixed with transparent glue gives a shiny and smooth surface and I used this mixture in the process of creating my scrapbooking projects.

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Step 1: I prepared two tags made of white cardstock. I covered them with the layer of white gesso using silicone brush.

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Step 2: I covered tags with water and with Creme Brulee Cream Magical.

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Step 3: I’ve mixed all purpose transparent glue with some Magicals: Bodacious BlushSandra Dee Sepia and Creme Brulee Cream.

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Step 4: The mixture has shine from pigments and it’s quite thick.

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Step 5: It’s good to use it with stencils. Just use a spatula to spread the mixture through the stencil, then let it dry.  I did this on one tag and I painted the other with the left-over paste.

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Step 6: When dry , I used texture paste to add some texture on both tags

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Step 7: I added some paper & metal elements to decorate.

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Step 8: In the end, I added some accents using Creme Brulee Cream Magical.

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And voila! My tags are ready.

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You can see the amazingly beautiful shimmer up close.

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I hope you liked my photo tutorial I prepared for you.

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I have filmed a video showing you how I made these, you can watch it below or on the Lindy’s Stamp Gang YouTube Channel.

Lindy’s Products:

Other Products

  • Graphic elements from 7dots studio and a few random chipboard & paper elements

 

Thanks for stopping by!  Have a nice day!

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