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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Scrappy Angie's: Tim Holtz Frosted Film

It's almost Christmas and what better product to review than Tim Holtz's Frosted Film? :)

Here's a peek of what we will be creating today.


 I just got the Frosted Film from the store last week and it's amazing! If you have no idea what I am talking about - do read on.


Frosted Film is a translucent, adhesive backed material ideal for die cutting and layering to add a shimmering effect. Each package includes one 12"x72" sheet.

I have TWO techniques to share with you today - so let's get started!

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Technique #1 : Peel and Stick

1. Cut a piece of Frosted Film (3"x4") and peel a corner off from the backing.


2.  Get a journal card - this is from Simple Stories "25 days of Christmas" - and apply to the top of the journal card while peeling it down slowly. This is to avoid any bubbles or uneven surfaces.


3. You are done! Easy peezy! Notice how shimmery it is? So so pretty!


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Technique #2: Stamp and Color

1. Stamp an image onto the Frosted Film with some Archival Ink


2. Remove from the backing and adhere Frosted Film to a piece of kraft paper. Then, color the image in with some Distress Markers.


3. Here's how it looks like after coloring it in!


4. Cut the stamped Frosted Film to size, punch a hole at the corner and thread a ribbon through. You get a super cute frosty tag for your Christmas gifts!


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I'd also like to say a BIG Thank You to all ladies who attended my New Beginnings Mini Album Workshop last Saturday - I had fun and hope you did too. Here's a photo I managed to take with some of the participants.


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