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Altered Magnets!

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 Hello my dear crafty friends! Irit is here again and this time I am going to show you how to make some wooden small and easy magnets using small stamps and Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft gorgeous products only.

So here we go. (And the first square piece is just an example of the technique, not made  for a real use)

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1.Add a piece of clear tape over the wooden chip as we want to paint just a part if it. Cover it with a thick layer of Gelato and then with a thick layer of glaze. 
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2. Stamp over those two layers without any ink and do it while  your glaze is still wet. Let it dry.

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3. Now take off your clear tape and stamp over the bare wood using Faber Castell Design Memory Craft Stamper's Big Brush and some small stamps. 

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Add some spots around the leaves with another Big Brush like small cherries.  Dry your piece and use it as a small embellishment or as a magnet.

And here are my "real" craft pieces made to magnets.  It's hard to see the texture, but it's lovely and very visible after all. 

Hope you like this technique and will try it some day too.

Supply list:

Stamper's Big Brush Pens:

 Chrome Green

Orange Glaze

Scarlet Red

GelatosĀ®:

 Metallic

Glaze

Stamps: WOW! Embossing Powders

Bling: MM

Wood: craft shop

 

IritMy name is Irit Shalom and I am an Israeli designer and scrapbooker. In my real life I am a working dentist, but I love to create in my spare time. Right now I design for 7-8 American, British and Australian stamp, chipboard and tools companies and I was print and web published in Israel,UK and USA. .

You are invited to visit my blog at http://iritshalom.blogspot.com 

 

 

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