Friday, January 2, 2009

Texture your Flowers with Magic Mesh

This is another technique that I've used in my recent project. It's very easy to add texture to your flowers using Magic Mesh. Simply just paste any type of flowers i.e. fabric, paper, plastic, chipboard, vellum, etc, onto some Magic Mesh and cut it out. You can also ink or paint the Magic Mesh to get your preferred colours or there are various colours of Magic Mesh available in the market.
Isn't this a 1, 2 and voila! technique? Try it.

11 comments:

G3 said...

beautiful. Will give it a try.

Prettier Stuff said...

Where do you come up with these ideas? Okay, I still can't wait to see what you are using this and the raised stitching tips on. I have to run and try out this technique. Great idea as usual.
Melissa

jacque4u2c said...

Just awesome!

venyart said...

It is all your detail that makes your creations sooo amazing!!!!

{ Kristina } said...

That is so cute! :)

Happy New Year, Irene.

Candy said...

Happy New Year, Irene!
You teach me so many wonderful techniques!!! Thank you for another wonderful one.
Hugs ~

paulien710 said...

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
This looks really cool!
btw...... love hte center of the flower.

Nanou said...

Happy New Year to you!
You teach me so many gorgeous techniques!!
Thanks
Nanou from France

mininessie said...

beautiful idea!

Big City Gal said...

what is exactly magic mesh and where do you get this?I cant figure it out.

Olya.

Irene Tan aka Scrapperlicious said...

Hi Olya,

You could read more about Magic Mesh in this link http://scrapperlicious.blogspot.com/2008/11/apply-magic-mesh-to-your-embellishment.html
You can also google it out to get to the official website.
Irene

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