Fluff and Stuff

This week’s challenge at Tilda and Friends involves using fluffy stuff on your ATC.  Any kind of medium which gives your ATC a dimensional and ‘fluffy’ look can be used.  I used Fun Flock from Stampendous on mine.  I coloured Magnolia’s Santa with Promarkers as usual, and cut him out.  I added glue from a glue pen to the tree, Santa’s beard, hat and cuffs.  My tip is to put plenty of flock on, press it lightly into the glue, leave it to dry, and then tip the flock onto a piece of paper and return it to the tub.  You may need to press it into the tub with something like a small teaspoon to fit it all in again – it seems to expand when it’s out of the tub!  I also flocked the white brads that I used on the top right hand corner.  This is done in the same way, but you can dip your brad in the tub of flock to cover it.  I held the brad with some tweezers, and gave it a quick blast with the heat gun to dry.  The sentiment is computer-printed, then cut into the arrow shape, and the DP is from DCWV. 


Do come and join us in some fluffy fun at Tilda and friends this week.  We’d love to see your ATC!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Linda
    Nov 05, 2008 @ 09:09:27

    A beautiful atc Maria, you never fail to impress! beautiful colouring as always and such attention to detail. Hugs to you Linda x


  2. Donalda
    Nov 05, 2008 @ 11:42:50

    Love your ATC dear. Isn’t that fun flock so much fun??? Gorgeous dear


  3. Andrea
    Nov 05, 2008 @ 17:47:26

    great ATC maria, I see we both used santa


  4. Nikki
    Nov 05, 2008 @ 21:41:41

    Gorgeous ATC Maria and great idea to flock the brads too, Hugs, Nikki x


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