Anne has been experi-menting with image transfers onto our Sea Glass Pendant kits (available at www.eCrafty.com) in our Sea Glass, Beach Glass section .
In a perfect world, Kim thinks you can get them to look like this with a laser print or ink jet image transfer process. Some of the most basic image transfer techniques are to spray fixative on the toner or ink jet side of your printout, burnish ink side down, and release your paper. We're still daydreaming about the possibilities.
Here's our first exciting results ~ click image to enlarge
Sea Glass Image Techniques:
1. Anne applied 3D Crystal Lacquer directly onto our Sea Glass Pebbles to get an instant contrasting textural pattern (glossy/matte stripes or dots).
2. She also drew directly onto the pebbles with a fine point sharpie (seahorse).
3. She glued a lacy fern front directly onto the glass with 3D Crystal Lacquer.
4. Lastly, she tried an image transfer with a laser or ink jet print. We are still working on the image transfer idea and will keep you updated on our results.
Any of these techniques have great possibilities and add a ton of dimension to our Sea Glass Pebbles Pendant Kit. Get a batch today and start playing! Combine them with our other sea glass beads and themed charms and glass pearls & glass beads/crystals.
Send us your results and we'll publish them here!
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