Exploring Image Transfers: Paint Glazes
- Ranger Claudine Hellmuth Studio Natural Sticky-Back Canvas
- Cardstock: white, green
- My Mind’s Eye Bloom & Grow paper
- Color copies of photograph or patterned paper
- Fabric and batting scraps
- Crafts, Etc! On a Cord necklace
- Silver jump rings
- Assorted seed and bugle beads
- Beading needle and clear beading thread
- Ranger Inkssentials tools: heat tool, paper creaser, craft scraper, non-stick craft sheet
- Ranger Claudine Hellmuth Studio paints: Yellow Pastel, Dab of Yellow, Classic Teal
- Ranger Claudine Hellmuth Studio Multi Medium Gloss
- Quick-dry craft glue
paper trimmer, scissors, ruler, awl, water mister, craft sticks, flat paintbrush, small pliers
- Trim, tear, or punch images for transfer.
- Mix Studio paints and gloss medium with craft sticks on craft sheet to create glaze. Mix 1:1 for intense color, or 1:20 for transparent color. Apply glaze as desired to cardstock (for card) or canvas (for necklace) with craft scraper, smoothing quickly to create thin layer of color.
- Immediately place image facedown on glazed surface; burnish with paper creaser. Heat with heat tool to speed drying; let dry completely.
- Mist back of image paper with water. As paper softens, remove paper a layer at a time by gently rubbing with fingers. Repeat until all backing paper is removed.
- Apply gloss medium over image with paintbrush to seal and enhance transfer.
- For each necklace charm, cut one batting piece and two fabric pieces 1/4” larger than batting. Adhere transfer canvas to right side of fabric. Decorate with beads. Sandwich and glue batting layer between fabric pieces; let dry and trim edges. Pierce charm with awl; dot hole with glue and burnish sides together. Attach to necklace with jump ring.