Saturday, March 15, 2008

Cracked Glass (craft technique, that is!)

Make It Count stamp set
Silhouette paper pack
Black, Bamboo, & Chocolate inks
black brads and photo hangers
Liquid Glass

Techniques: paper tearing, DTP, & cracked glass

The usual cracked glass instructions call for lots of embossing powder, but CTMH makes this technque even easier! Just cover your image with a thick coat of Liquid Glass. When it has dried (may even take all night), pop your image into the freezer for 10-15 minutes. Pull it out and start bending the paper. If cracks don't appear right away, pop it back in the freezer for another 5 minutes. If you'd like, rub a little distressing ink over the cracked piece like I did to make the cracks show up more. Wipe the piece with a tissue to remove excess ink. (For less mess, place your image on a piece of waxed paper before covering in Liquid Glass.)


  1. Very neat trick! You are SUCH a good teacher:-)...xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

  2. And it was easy and worked really well. MUCH easier than using layers of embossing powder. Just plan for the drying time.


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