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  • projects - foiled christmas boxes
    textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety Menu home products craft seasonal packs textile foils appliglue decorative effects sale items gallery appliglue transferglaze decoupage craquelure crackleglaze projects textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety projects foiled christmas boxes foiled christmas boxes Acrylic boxes decorated using double sided tape foil and filled with choccies Double sided tape was cut to create a layered Christmas Tree Then the top layer was peeled off leaving a sticky surface Monet Foil was placed over the sticky tape with the shiny side up and pressed down After a few minutes the foil was removed to reveal the foiled design The trunk was created with a left over piece of the Rainbow foil in the same manner Acrylic boxes with glue dots and tree green foil Place the glue dots in the configuration of a Christmas tree Position the foil over the glue dots colour side up and smooth down all around the glue dots After a short while peel the foil off the dots and as if by magic the tree appears NB Tricks of the Trade It s better to use permanent

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/projects-foiled-christmas-boxes/info_232.html (2016-04-27)
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  • projects - foiled christmas twig tree
    about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety projects foiled christmas twig tree foiled christmas twig tree A Christmas Tree from Kindling Choosing the pieces of wood Laying out the Christmas Tree The horizontal pieces of wood tied to main trunk on the back using red Christmas parcel ribbon Turned it over and decorated it with little pieces of ribbon Added clear Appliglue in the gaps When

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/projects-foiled-christmas-twig-tree/info_233.html (2016-04-27)
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  • projects - Christmas clock
    to do The result has been a great success especially since the kids are learning to tell the time Choose images from Christmas gift wrap We were delighted to find these two so we could mix and match Cut out and play around with images until happy with the look The Christmas clock is up much to the delight of the little helpers and so it becomes one of the many Christmas decorations which will be a reminder to them of their youth A centre piece was needed to set off the holly sprigs in the centre of the clock Using a little bowl that was the right size as a template a circle was drawn around it on red card The same was done on a sheet of paper Fold the sheet of paper not the red card in half and half again which will give the centre of the circle Put the circles together with the sheet of paper on top and stick a pin through both at the centre point Place the centre of the red circle below the hole in the middle of the clock and draw around the inside of the circle Print out the chosen photographs Cut them out and give them their festive hats These should ideally be printed on matt photographic or good quality paper Here we simply used regular office paper Place everything else in position and glue down The clock s hands were given a new look We used the candy sticks on the gift wrap but cut off the bendy bit on the end Attach the mechanism as per instructions along with a battery if like us you just couldn t wait to see it work Once it was all in place suddenly it was decided that a little

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/projects-christmas-clock/info_231.html (2016-04-27)
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  • blog - kim thittichai
    encourages her students to explore the techniques and products that she uses Her videos are both entertaining and inspiring The one below demonstrates just how easy it is to have a go Watch the hearts go on to the t shirt with such ease and then create wonderful Christmas tees for the family Instead though you could decorate with holly leaves baubles a deer polar bear with shiny antlers presents and even names click her e to see her demonstrate one of these simpler techniques or see her demonstrate how to use hot spots Below are examples of work done by her and her students These show how creating slashes of foil can create an interesting effect In order to achieve this effect use the side of the iron at right angles to the work rest the iron on the work you don t need to press the heat does the work and move left or right Always use baking parchment between the iron and the foil Remember when the Bondaweb is painted or printed it is not washable unless fabric paint has been used This student s beautifully detailed work is painted Bondaweb on black cotton decorated with glitter sequins small pieces of organza and slashes of foil Kim demonstrates how she worked with a square of painted Bondaweb ironed on to black cotton and foiled with gold This was then used as a background to print on What a great effect In this piece you can see strips of painted Bondaweb on blue cotton decorated with gilding flake sequins and slashes of foil Here one of the students has used strips of painted Bondaweb on black cotton which she has decorated with slashes of foil Visit Kim s site nid noi com to see upcoming events She has

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/blog-kim-thittichai/info_175.html (2016-04-27)
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  • blog - jannine knight
    due to graduate this year Drawing and designing is her passion and she loves applying her skills and designs to fabric through print and stitch She gains most of her inspiration from nature as it never fails to inspire her with it s array of colour and organic texture Her final major project has been heavily inspired by nature particularly fish as she was drawn in by their texture shape and movement Initially she starts the design process doing rough sketches of imagery and then develops these into designs and pattern repeats Within her collection she has combined both digital and screen printing so that she can create an interesting texture and feel to the fabric She then worked back into her designs using textile foils to really bring the work alive and highlight certain areas within the designs The theme was enhanced with the delicate use of foils on the shimmering scales of the fish and the hooks used on lures see how Jannine has used brown lime and silver textile foils in the samples below to highlight areas of the design create these beautiful fabrics visit these sites to view Jannine s profile initial drawings much more https

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/blog-jannine-knight/info_206.html (2016-04-27)
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  • contact us
    home products craft seasonal packs textile foils appliglue decorative effects sale items gallery appliglue transferglaze decoupage craquelure crackleglaze projects textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety Menu home products craft seasonal packs textile foils appliglue decorative effects sale items gallery appliglue transferglaze decoupage craquelure crackleglaze projects textile foils about us contact us blogs about us stockists delivery health safety contact us Applicraft Hillcrest Guildford

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/contact-us/info_2.html# (2016-04-27)
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  • blog - susan adams
    artist Susan Adams began painting watercolours whilst living in Dublin where she fell under the spell of the beautiful paintings of Pauline Bewick one of Ireland s leading artists The Flower series in particular reflect this in their deep rich watercolours and simplicity of form In 2002 she joined her husband in Catania Sicily and it was there that she discovered the studio of British artist Tracey Bridge Surrounded by the beautiful architecture of the ancient city her work flourished and expanded to acrylic collage and pastels exhibiting this work successfully in Catania London and later in France Sue also admires the simplicity of style of the 1920s and her Acrylic and Little Man series were painted with this in mind She has also tried to combine the haunting beauty of the soft chalk Pastels the Fashion watercolours and the Yellow Nude s with hints of exotic Asian art The works of Modigliani for many years and more recently the beautiful stylized forms of Georges Lepape and Chagall s beautiful compositions with their almost ethereal elegance were influential For the Christmas season Sue chose a selection of images painted by the great Renaissance painters such as Raphael Bellini and the lesser known Santacroce The interaction of mother and child portrayed by these artists was her inspiration Some of Sue Adam s works have been carefully chosen and reproduced as high quality and beautifully presented greeting cards and prints recently Below is a small selection of her work Explore her paintings decoupage sculptural work cards and prints on wattlebirddesigns com decoupage and https www bridgemanimages com en GB collections artist adams susan Sue has increasingly been influenced by the simplicity of Japanese and Chinese art previous posts sarah appleton four corners cafe festive foiling hilary beattie 2015 halloween 2015 E ngland

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/blog-susan-adams/info_240.html (2016-04-27)
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  • blog - sarah appleton
    year student studying for her BA Hons in Textile design at in her own words dynamic Arts University Bournemouth She looks forward to an opportunity to exhibit at the Design Exhibition later this year Previously she s completed a month long internship and the prestigious Hand Lock studio doing all sorts of things This year she s specialising in fashion print and stitch mixed media In sourcing materials for her final projects and degree exhibition she has experimented with some of the Textile Foils for her print work We were delighted to have this initial peak at some of her work and look forward to seeing the full range shortly Pennies from Heaven This sample is made of a synthetic wool like material foiled using the brown and copper foiled with a penny motif Using a heat press it was then fused to a translucent plastic with holes cut into it so that the under layer is visible in places creating a multi textural effect Click here to see more of her work on Sarah Appleton Textile Design facebook Textile Foil range previous posts four corners cafe festive foiling hilary beattie 2015 halloween 2015 E ngland colours pirate pedalo doll

    Original URL path: http://www.applicraft.co.uk/blog-sarah-appleton/info_238.html (2016-04-27)
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