|Posted on August 9, 2012 at 1:50 AM|
I'm still having lots of fun playing around with the Twiddleybitz Rusting Powder. By adding a mixture of bleach and vinegar, to the powder, you can get some really interesting effects.
Here is the second project, a mini clipboard, covered all over with the powder and rubbed off, to reveal a 'rusted' finish.
I've added a torn stamped background and my favourite Stampin Up 'Delight in Life' wording stamp and then finished the project off with a pink flower to give a splash of colour. I love these screw top brads, which were an interesting 'find' in my local craft store.
This powder works especially well on metal, giving a really 'aged' look. The clip was covered with glue and powder in exactly the same way but gives a much more realistic effect.
If you like the 'aged' or distressed look, you'll love this rusting powder. If you have used this on any projects, why not upload a photo to the Wall of Fame in the Photo Gallery!
Watch out for the next project, a 'rusted tag'.
Please feel free to add any comments below!
Categories: Chipboard Projects, Project Tips and Notes, 2012 to 2013
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