*This is a copy from the Cards und More shopblog*
So nice of you to visit this blog today.
Today I, Marion , want to share a creation and
a tutorial with you.
Recently I get a lot of questions about how to use frantage.
So I decided to pick this one up and make a tutorial about it.
Heattool (there is another one in the shop available)
First I diecut a piece of paper using the Rosenecke die and leave
the diecut inside the die.
Whilst inside the die cover the blank spaces with Versamark ink.
Sometimes you need to hold the paper firmly on the back against the die
for a proper result.
Then take the diecut out of the die.
Cover the area with frantage.
Pick the die up and remove the frantage that was too much on the diecut or
frantage that was on non sticky side of the diecut.
It looks like this afterwards:
Then use your heattool to melt the frantage, here is a close up
after using the heat tool:
And this is how the diecut looks after heating:
For the leaves I use the Prima Marketing ink.
I first start with a lightgreen touch on the outside of the leave.
I used Moss Lawn for this.
Then I cover the rest of the leave and the green parts with Prima Marketings Old Road ink.
It looks greyish but we will fix that in a bit :)
As finishing touch I used the Moss Lawn again over the whole area:
And this is how the finished creation looks like:
More detailed pics:
Thank you for stopping by this blog today.
I hope that this answers the questions I had about frantage.
Have a great day and happy crafting.
Products used from the Cards ind More store: