I created these using Wendy Vecci Art Parts and Modeling Film. The Modeling Film is a really neat clear plastic sheet that you can stamp on, cut out or die cut and mold into curved shapes by heating it with a heat gun. I used StazOn Metallic and StazOn Jet Black to stamp with. Some of them I colored with Marvy Alcohol Ink Markers on the reverse side of the ink.
I used distress ink to create the backgrounds papers by swiping a few colors on a craft mat (waxed paper works or foil wrap works too) and spritzing it with water and dipping my white cardstock into the ink in several different ares. I ran the peice under the butterfly through the peacock feather Cuttlebug embossing folder from the animal prints set, and then sponged a darker ink on the raised areas. There is a little fussy cutting involved in these projects but the film is nice because after you heat it the edges are really not noticable so if you cut 1/8 around the image all the way around you won't have to cut out little fussy pieces.
Brushable glue was what I applied to the backs of the wings so I could add glitter just inside the wings. This helped give them a gossamer look. I also added some silver paint from an Adirondack Paint dabber over the dried marker on the flower I used for the winged doll head. This made it opaque and gave it a metallic look.
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