Well hello creative friends! Yea, it's been a hot minute since I shared a blog post, a couple of years in
fact, but who's counting. What matters is the here and now and right now I'm playing with K & S Colors, Alum Foils. I was invited to participate in a blog hop and try these beauties out! I have a VERY hard time saying no when any kind of metal is involved. 😁heehee
If you're not familiar with these they come in an assortment of beautiful colors, they're perfect for cutting, crimping, embossing, and more! They come in .0004 thick x 12 wide which gives you a lot to play with it!
Now I have to admit I've played with their copper foil in the past. I loved it for creating texture! But in this case, I wanted to go beyond the texture. I wanted to see what else I could do with this metal, specifically what I could use on top of it to create new and unique backgrounds.
Here I played with Spray paint, Rub Ons and Acrylic Paint!
Check out my full video below, I come up with some pretty amazing results using products already in my studio. All I can say is I am now looking at K&S Colors in a whole new way.
Materials used in this video:
K & S Colors Alum Foils Scissors Grafix Chipboard For Texture: String, Clear Craft Plastic, buttons Stylus Acrylic Markers Ink Pad Rubber Stamp Cat Kerr Stencil Amsterdam Acrylic Paints Cosmetic Sponge Transfer solution Rub Ons Alcohol Inks Black Spray Paint Cat Kerr Rice Paper Sand Paper Glue Stick Metal Foil Roller
Also, be sure to check out the other participants in this hop, there are some pretty amazing projects on the Designer Craft Connection Blog! So much good stuff, I promise, you will be inspired!
This Hop is sponsored by K & S Precision Metals, Bella Crafts Publishing, and Designer Craft Connection.
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