Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Caulk Lace Tutorial
Step Two: Leave to dry 24 hours
Step Three: Dampen a terry cloth towel and gently rub it over your dry caulk to clean up the image
(Note: The next to last picture shows you the difference between the cleaned up part - on the right - and the part that isn't cleaned yet)
Step Four: Gently peel your lace from the mold and embellish your project!
Note 1. Do NOT use pure silicone caulking -- it will stick to your molds
Note 2. This technique works best in the thin molds - anything too thick would take a long time to dry!
Note 3. These molds are for cake decorating - I found mine on ebay, but you can find several other places as well -- Hobby Lobby, Michaels, Amazon, Walmart.com etc.
Be sure to come by tomorrow for another fun way to create embellishments for your cards with the deeper silicone molds and don't forget that Friday I'll be hosting a little GIVEAWAY here on my blog!!
Supplies and Tools:
Silhouette Stamp Set (Woodware Craft Collection), Dear Jane Paper Stack (The Paper Studio), Caulk Lace/Butterfly, Silicone Molds, Beaded Ovals Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Paper Blossom Punch, Front Punch (Martha Stewart), Pearls, Baker's Twine, Embroidered Lace Deep Edge Punch (Martha Stewart), Ground Espresso, Abandoned Coral, & Spun Sugar Distress Ink (Tim Hotlz) Cream Cardstock
This post linked to:
Shopping Our Stash - Tie It On
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
Ooh-La-La - Layer It Up
Craft-Dee BowZ - Handmade Bow