This past weekend I had the pleasure of teaching a fun, a la carte style class at Cool Scrapbook Stuff in Poway, CA in which we used Craft Attitude and pencils to create a home decor piece in the style of an altered canvas.
I printed a variety of clip art from The Graphics Fairy onto Craft Attitude film and brought the images to class so that everyone could choose their own custom image if they did not want the bee that was on my sample. Here are two works in progress by students in the class – I just love that bird and the pop of blue with the bumblee is perfect:
I really like how everyone went to town on the embellishment bar and made their creations uniquely their own!
Here are some more projects from the class — I made the Christmas one in class as a sample and the two middle “bees” are student projects — they did an excellent job, right?! I almost took them home by mistake! LOL
The beauty of Craft Attitude is that is really can transfer images to surfaces that are impossible to print on, such as these pencils. Here a student is smoothing out the film onto the pencils for a nice, secure transfer.
All you need to adhere is a glue stick! Spray adhesive and the Xyron Sticker Makers work wonderfully as well. Here, I used a glue stick that Craft Attitude supplied to apply this Santa Claus to the pencil canvas:
One trick I found is that when trying to apply the film to a very uneven surface, like these pencils, use a bone folder or the closed edge of a pair of scissors to press the film and backing into tight crevices. Once the backing has been removed, gently use your fingers to smooth out the image. Using a bone folder or scissors once the backing has been removed may rip the film.
I had a blast and the students in class loved their creations! What would you use Craft Attitude to create?
I hope you enjoyed today's post!