Online Techniques Class – Faux Metal

Friday, October 12, 2012

Today in the Online Techniques Class we will be doing the Faux Metal technique.

If you wish to purchase the Online Techniques Class Bundle of Products or just the PDF file please click on the picture of the Techniques Album in the right hand side bar for all the details. It is never too late to purchase this package or the PDF file you can go back to all the videos anytime you like to catch up.

Here is the card shown in the video today:

I really like to use this technique with the Chevron Impressions folder; it really gives a nice faux metal look. This technique is great for masculine cards. You can also use punches with this technique to create faux metal shapes like tags or use it with the buttons embosslit to create faux metal buttons. The possibilities are endless.

Here is the video on the technique:

I know you want to give this fun technique a try so here’s a list of supplies needed to do this technique and recreate this card.

Card Stock:
Whisper White #100730 $8.50
Basic Black #121045 $6.95
Real Red #102482 $6.95

Black Stazon ink #101406 $7.95
Real Red Marker #100052 $3.50

Stamp Set:
Need for Speed #122715 $19.95 or #122717 $14.95
Bring on the Cake #121899 $38.95 or #121958 $27.95

Big Shot #113439 $99.95
Chevron Impressions Folder #127749 $7.95
Anywhere Glue Stick #104045 $3.95
1/2″ Circle Punch #119869 $5.95
Metallic Brads #119741 $6.95
Aluminum Foil

If you would like to purchase any of these supplies to create this card or do the technique; please go to my Online Ordering Website HERE.

Thanks so much for your orders; they are greatly appreciated!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

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