Thursday, January 1, 2009

Technique #1 - Peeled Paper

By Bevlea Ross

Requirements:

* 4 or 5 papers in various text types. e.g. dictionary pages, foreign text, crosswords, music, technical etc.,
* glue stick
* 7.5" x 5.5 inches of cardstock or chipboard (this will make one large card background or 4 ATCs)
* Distress inks in three complemtry colours (I used Spiced Marmalade, Shabby Shutters and Marigold)
* Sponge
* Masking Tape
* Bone Folder
* Paper Towels
* Water spray bottle (not a fine mister)
* Images and embellishments to finish your ATC
* Scissors/Trimmer

31 comments:

  1. Oops, I posted my comment under "11 - Free Image" instead of here ... sorry. Here it is again.

    I have used the peeled paper technique on an ATC due for another swap and have posted on my blog- http://docobhthaigh.blogspot.com/2009/01/angel-atcs.html . I've used paints instead inks on the background and it's a little difficult to see the peeled paper through it because I used glaze paints that seem to reflect. If I get a chance I'll have another go and post again. This is going to be fun.
    Diana

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  2. This rocks! I'm sending you a subliminal message: "you must trade with Kathy...you need to trade with Kathy!" LOL!!

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  3. LOL... happy to swap with you anytime you like Kathy...thanx for the nice feedback

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  4. Hi,
    Thank you for this awesome tutorial. My entry is on my blog: http://herminesplace.wordpress.com/2009/01/08/2cre7art-challenge-blog-technique-1/
    Warm regards Hermine

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  5. Wow! I will sure come back and add a card! This is surely a blog I like!
    Hanne

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  6. Fabulous work on this one
    Hugs June x

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  7. Great tutorial! my entry is on my blog here

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  8. Great blogg, love your tutorial, looking foreard to follow your blogg!!

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  9. What a great starter... I'll be back when I've made my ATCs. And BTW, that's a pretty fine tutorial - I like it very much! TFS!

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  10. I thought I had commented but maybe it was in my dreams!!!! I have uploaded my effort to my blog.
    http://creativesharing@blogspot.com
    Anne S

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  11. Wow! Have found your blog via Hanne. Great tutorial thank you - I will try to come back with a card

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  12. This was great fun! I made a picture:

    Here it is:
    http://limogglitter.blogspot.com/2009/01/2cre8art-challenge-1.html

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  13. Great tutorial! I can't wait to get my kids to school and my hubby to work som I can try it out! Thanks for the free image as well. Love it!
    Put a link to you on my blog.

    http://snuppeline.blogspot com

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  14. I'm back with an entry which is on my blog. Thanks again for a great tutorial

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  15. This is fantastic tutorial.
    Here is my entry, thanks for looking.

    Car ATC

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  16. I just loved this tecnique!
    My "Simply me"-atc is here

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  17. GREAT technique.
    We loved to do this.
    Here you can see my cards:
    http://anietje.blogspot.com/2009/01/achtergrond.html

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  18. I stumbled on here quite by chance...How lucky is that ! brilliant technique and I cant wait to try it. Thanks for the image as well x
    See you again when I've had a play !

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  19. oopps..i post in the wrong spot..reposting here!
    fabulous tutorial ~ thankx so much for the inspiration ~ i did up an ATC using this technique ~ it's on my blog

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  20. Thanks for showing us a fabulous technique. I love it!!
    My tag is here:

    http://yorkiepudsblog.blogspot.com/2009/01/peeled-paper.html

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  21. This is great technique. I used the technique on a collage I created here:
    http://smullis7.blogspot.com/2009/01/metal-embossed-frame-and-collage.html

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  22. I loved this technique and I hope I'm not too late! I made them the day I found your blog... but had to finish the ATCs first!!
    Keep up the great work and I look forward to February!!
    http://alteredartandstuff.wordpress.com/2009/01/27/as-time-goes-by/

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  23. This was my first attempt at the peeled paper technique and I'll definitely try it again, thanks for the inspiration! I made a postcard using the technique as my background and you can see it here...

    http://rileycoyotecreations.blogspot.com/2009/01/sleeping-beauty-and-resigned-cat.html

    Deirdre

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  24. Great to do! You can see my card here:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jennie_g/3236797671/

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  25. This is probably too late, but I used the technique for my collaged images in a frame I metal embossed...thought I posted a link to it a couple days ago, but it must not have gone thru. Here it is anyway.
    http://smullis7.blogspot.com/2009/01/metal-embossed-frame-and-collage.html

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  26. i hope i am not too late, but here is my entry for the peeled paper technique.
    thanks foor showing us en give us the chance!
    http://creachrista.blogspot.com/

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  27. Boohoo I posted a link to me blog and it no showed. I did I did
    http://glendasgazette.blogspot.com/search/label/Challenges
    it was on the 26th Jan.
    Glenda

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  28. Ahhhhhhh
    I posted a comment on 26th Jan. I did I did and it hasnt showed, but did show in the preview ahhhhh I know not what happened.
    http://glendasgazette.blogspot.com
    G

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  29. LOL.. preview just preveiws it glenda.. after you have dont that you need to click post comment

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