Yes, I'm still going on about my book, in case you missed it in the last post....I have my ATC Technique Book finally finished. (To see the front cover check out my previous post here). It has 40 techniques in it for $35, A4 sized with colour sample pics of each technique. Postage anywhere in Australia in a tuff bag is $4 and postage to the US, the UK, most of Europe and Asia is $14 or less (Asia is less than $14). If you want a copy you can either pick it up from Scraptivate where I teach my classes or if you can't get in there, email me on this link and I can organise it for you through the post. I take direct deposit and paypal.
Onto the upcoming and final ATC class for this year...UTEE. For the uninitiated it stands for Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel, basically it's a thicker, chunkier embossing powder. Great for giving a really metallic look to chipboard embellishments and I'll be using both black and clear in the class. Samples...
To get in the spirit of Christmas...
"Sweater"... (the frame is embossed with UTEE & stamped)
"Alcohol and Calculus"...(the chipboard embellishment up the top is UTEE embossed and looks very thick and metallic in the flesh)
"Bizarre"... (once again, it's a chipboard embellishment that's coated with UTEE)
"Fashion"... (another UTEE embossed & stamped chipboard embellishment with a little Gilding Wax rubbed over the top to show the detail)
"Antique Love"... (yes, it's a chipboard embellishment, coated with UTEE, stamped & Gilding wax rubbed over to show the details of the stamping)
I also did a card using this technique, the gold section in the centre is UTEE that's been stamped into and laid over the top of the same stamp that was done on white card. Make sense?
This next atc is from the previous class, Transparent ATC's.
Lastly, here's one that was from the second last class, Clear Embossing & Gilding Wax. This one's on it's way to you Barb!