Monday, August 3, 2015

Distress Micro Glaze Resist Tutorial

Hi and welcome! I am happy to share a tutorial on the Ranger blog today, and it is for a technique that I was really happy with.

I love resist techniques and Ranger's new Distress Micro Glaze is perfect for that since it is a water resistant sealer. I got the idea of trying to use it together with a stencil and in combination with a background stamp. The graph background stamp almost disappear in the areas without glaze while it remains crips under the glaze. I was happy with the cool distressed resist effect.

I also used the Bird Crazy stamp set and the coordinating Sizzix Thinlits die set, and one of Tim Holtz's new punches. You might also be able to spot some shrink plastic.

To see the full tutorial, head over to Ranger's site.

Thank you for visiting today!

Happy crafting!

Anna-Karin


9 comments:

  1. Very cool idea, and it looks just great in practice - fab tag!
    Alison xx

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  2. Great tag Anna. Can't wait to use the Micro Glaze with a stencil...neat idea and wonderful step-by-step tutorial

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  3. Your little crazy bird looks so bright and colourful against the pretty background, even though he looks a little worried! lol
    Great design and fun technique. Thank you so much for sharing! :)

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  4. I just got this product and you've inspired me to play with it! Thanks!!!

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  5. I love your tag! I'm going to grab a coffee and go and check out your tutorial. :)

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  6. Awe this tag is so cute love the bg and the way you coloured him in

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  7. Toppenfin! Microglaze låter som en bra å ha sak.

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