Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Trendy Tuesdays - Packing Tape Technique

TRENDY TUESDAYS
Packing Tape Technique

Hi Everyone, Theresa here and I have a fun technique for you today. I love to do my fun and easy “Packing Tape Technique” and when you see how easy it is you’ll never look at the “negative” (I call it the Naked Space, lol) on your cut outs the same again! You will need to gather a few supplies:

Take your Packing Tape and add a piece to the back of your cut out (Naked/negative) space with the
sticky side facing up:
Now put your images right side up, with the sticky side facing up and add your choice of glitter:
You can use a paint brush (or your finger) to push the glitter into the sticky packing tape:
Shake off the excess and your done!

Add some ink to the edges, faux stitching, whatever you want to add your own personal touch and your done! Endless possibilities!


I hope when you try this technique you share it with us and add it to the Idea Gallery above. Thanks for joining us for another Fun technique!

((Hugs)) and Take Care, Theresa
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7 comments:

Judy said...

Cool! Why can't I ever think of these things on my own?

Liz said...

I love when you see the real old stuff come back to life.. LIke the eyelets same thing...
I love this techique and spray on top to keep it from falling off...

Anniebee said...

Very cool technique, Theresa! I'll definitely be trying this soon.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Cool technique. Thanks for sharing. Will definitely try it.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"
http://CreatedbySunshineHoneyBee.blogspot.com

Adora Concepcion said...

way cool technique Theresa!!! i love the little details you put on this project, I will definitely try this!

Adora

jengd said...

Great idea and fab results!

susie said...

Fabulous technique. I am also a lover of negative space...I will definitely give this a try! Thanks so much for the tutorial.