In the class, Susan begins by creating her foundation using Mod Podge and book paper to create a distressed inked edge to her project. I really loved the look so I added my own little twist to create this ir-resist-able party favor.
I’ve not used Mod Podge very often, other than as an all purpose glue. When Susan shared that Mod Podge could be used to create a resist technique, I was very intrigued and wanted to try it for myself. Susan also shares many more techniques including layering, painting, and doodling, but I was ready to get started creating my ir-resist-able party favor.
My “Ir-Resist-able” Party Favors were created using the “sour cream container” technique.
Patterned Paper: Paper Studio
Ribbon: Celebrate It
Stamps: Prima and Stampin’ Up!
Other: Hole Punch, Crimper, Old Rag, Paint Brush, Burlap, Adhesive
|Susan's class is a 19 page PDF and can be purchased at The Art Studio @ SNR classroom.|
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