Hi everyone it’s your local ‘craft addict’ again!! This time I thought I’d tell you about the mdf circle hanger I’ve done here. I first picked this up at one of the craft retreats as I just loved the shape of it but when I got home I couldn’t decide what to do with it,Continue reading »
Hello everyone Here we are with another project for you and this time it’s Christmas. I love this MDF Snowflake Christmas Tree…and as we now start to think about Christmas in the crafting world I thought I show you how to make our new, very ornate Stand Up Snowflake Tree. You will need our followingContinue reading »
Hello everyone I am so pleased to let you know about our latest Video Tutorial on our Creative Craft Channel based around our Brand New Alphabet Plaques. These plaques are great for Home Decor and make fantastic gifts for friends or family. Large in size and with two holes at the top of theContinue reading »
Hello again everyone and Happy New Year !!! Although we have just said Goodbye to 2016 I would still like to go back to the previous year for a minute as that was the year we first added our lovely Creative Weekends to our yearly schedule. We were so pleased to organize 5 Creative Weekends filledContinue reading »
I am so pleased to be able to finally put together a Video Tutorial on our Creative Craft Channel based around our White Mixed Media Structurizer.
As some of you might know, this is a really great product which enables you to create something really unique by just using up bits of fabric or ribbon that you are no longer using.
The properties of this product allow you to stiffen up your fabric and essentially create a 3D effect.
It is very easy to use and for those of you that you have never used our Structurizer before here are some bullet points about it
“This Mixed Media Structurizer is essentially a high quality fabric stiffener, which enables you to create all types of structures and 3D work.
This product is water-based, and will work as a hardener for any absorbent materials like fabric, paper, or cardboard (it will not stick to non-absorbent materials like plastic).
When completely dry, it can be painted , you can also use varnishes or waxes.
With its adhesive properties, it’s an incredibly versatile craft cupboard must-have!
It can be applied to non-porous materials simply by using a masking tape as a primer first to wrap up a bottle of wine for example than applying a Structurizer onto a fabric and onto your project.”
In this video tutorial I am up-cycling my 3D MDF Heart that I have created a long time ago and transforming it into completely different look simply by using our White Mixed Media Structurizer.
I am also adding other Mixed Media products and embellishments but the foundation for this transformation is the White Structurizer and Rustic Hessian, as simple as that.
I hope you will enjoy watching this Video Tutorial and find it both educational and interesting.
If you have been inspired by this Video Showcase and would like to purchase any of the products included within this video including the Mixed Media Structurizer and Embellishments you can
review, select and purchase many of the products and take advantage of our monthly discount code HERE
If you have any questions or feedback regarding these particular Video Tutorials please comment. Don’t forget to subscribe (free subscription) to our YouTube Creative Craft Channel as it’s a great
way to be informed when the next video demonstration is broadcast…very soon, by the way!
I would like to say a huge thank you for all your wonderful comments which are always very inspiring and rewarding and I am just so happy that you are enjoying our Video Showcases.
I do hope you will enjoy watching this Video Tutorial on our Creative Craft Channel.
I really am so excited to be sharing some of my thoughts, ideas and crafting techniques with you that I hope you will find inspirational.
Very Best Wishes as always.
Hello again everyone, I am so excited to be introducing this Video Tutorial featuring on our Creative Craft Channel as it showcases one of my favourite techniques – one that I use most of the time when decorating our MDF projects. If some of you have already guessed?…and I’m refering to our popular Crackling Technique…thenContinue reading »
Well, hello again and a huge, huge thank you for all your amazing comments everyone. Your response to our first video tutorial is amazing, which is very rewarding and encouraging. I am so thrilled you are enjoying it so much. My second video tutorial on our Creative Craft Channel is based more around composition andContinue reading »