We have an awesome tutorial by Michelle McCosh to share with you today. You will learn how to make this Be Thankful Card that features Liquid Pearls! This card is perfect to send to friends for a lovely fall or Thanksgiving greeting. You could even use the ideas and look to create stunning Thanksgiving place settings!
One of the things I love about using Pinterest for inspiration is how easy it is to search for things. This week I wanted to look for some inspiring projects and ideas for using Liquid Pearls. Liquid Pearls are a versatile, waterproof pearlescent paint that is designed for decorating paper and fabric. You can apply it with a paint brush or directly from the bottle with the easy flow tip. With 33 colors available, there is a Liquid Pearls sure to match your project!
Unsurprisingly, the December issues of Crafts ‘n things is all about the holidays. Among all the amazing holiday themed projects packed into this month’s issue, you will find a wonderful shimmer & shine holiday keepsake box created by Ranger’s Marketing Director, Bonnie Egenton.
This project combines an Inkssentials Metal Foil Tape Sheet, Tim Holtz Alterations Texture Fades Christmas Background Embossing Folder, and Liquid Pearls to create a fun, three-dimensional surface atop this festive keepsake. Take a look:
If you haven’t checked out the July/August 2012 issue of Somerset Studio just yet, you might want to pick it up. Inside, you will find an eight-page feature on the Liquid Pearls and Stickles Designer’s Challenge entries displayed in the Ranger booth at the CHA Winter 2012 show!
Each designer was given an identical paper mache dressform, and was asked to use Liquid Pearls and Stickles to decorate it. Beyond that, the possibilities were limitless! You’ll definitely want to read this issue of Somerset Studio to see what eight of our designers came up with, to read about their creative processes, and to come away with some inspiration for using Stickles and Liquid Pearls in art projects of your own!
This week, we are presenting the results from Ranger's Easter themed Designer's Challenge: we gave craft eggs to some of our favorite designers and crafty employees, and asked them to decorate the eggs for Easter using Ranger products.
Debbie made this stunning Russian-style egg by applying Claudine Hellmuth Studio Black Gesso to a carvable egg, and she hand painted her flowers with Studio Paints, accenting with Perfect Pearls and Stickles.
Bonnie started out with craft foam and cut out egg shapes. She ran them through the Vagabond machine in Embossing Folders and gessoed them, before painting with Studio Paints and Liquid Pearls. She then formed the eggs into a wreath by gluing them in a circle with Multi-Medium.
This week, we have been posting pictures of Ranger‘s Designers’ Challenge entries from CHA Winter 2012. Our designers were given identical paper mache dress forms and we asked them to decorate them using Liquid Pearls and Stickles.
Thanks for checking out all of the great entries in this year’s Designers’ Challenge! We hope you found it inspiring and have come away with some great ideas for rockin’ those Stickles and Liquid Pearls in your projects!
Today and throughout the remainder of the week, we will be posting pictures of Ranger‘s Designers’ Challenge entries from CHA Winter 2012. Our designers were given identical paper mache dress forms and we asked them to decorate them using Liquid Pearls and Stickles.