Thursday, November 19, 2009

Acetate and Tissue Technique

Jacqui's Acetate and Glitter Art


One of the best things about being involved in Stampin'Up!, is that I get to take the techniques I learn, into my classroom at school. I get to play with stamps, with an enthusiastic bunch of wonderful children in my class! What more could a 'crafty' gal ask for?

They had a play with the 'Acetate and Tissue' technique, which I discovered in the resources section of Splitcoaststampers. You can view the tutorial here.


Jonathan's Acetate and Tissue Art


Yes, I really did do this all by myself and I get to appear on Mrs. Eastley's Blog (with Mum's permission of course!).


Keelin was a little camera shy but, not only is she sporting a fabulous new haircut, she's also got a very cute piece of artwork to share with us.


This one belongs to Donovan, who didn't want to appear on camera. He decided to make his into a Christmas Card. I wonder who will be blessed to receive such an awesome card?


The grade 5's and 6's got to make their own photo frames in Tech, with Mr. Green, so many of the children's work will end up proudly displayed in them.

The stamps used were, Lovely as a Tree, Winter Post and Forest Friends. Children used Dazzling Diamond's Glitter with Crystal Effects behind the acetate (OHT sheets). Old Olive was used to stamp the trees and either, Bordering Blue or Baja Breeze re-inkers were blended into the Crystal Effects. Black Stazon ink was used to stamp the animals onto the acetate. All work was backed with either, Old Olive or Bordering Blue Cardstock.

Haven't they done a wonderful job?

Until next time ... enjoy this fantastic warm weather that Tassie is 'turning on' at the moment. Hubby is in the Hunter Valley for a work conference and I think we've got weather to match!

Bronwyn

2 comments:

Sharnee Torrents said...

This is soooo totally cool Bron! I love the look, my fav is the deer one! And you're right very cute new hair style!!
Sooo wonderful that you share your things so generously with those great kids!
Hugs Sharnee :0)

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