BG digi on Tissue Paper

Amber with Notable Ink just came out with Gel Prints in digital form. Her fern boughs stamp is the one used here but also the one I used for my mass produced Christmas cards this last year. Love her stuff. I printed one of the Buff Titanium creations on white tissue paper then attached to layering weight cs in white with Satin Mod Podge. Once dry I trimmed to size then heat set in gold the fir boughs. Sentiment was cut on Silhouette then heat set in gold embossing powder twice then attached. Tag was also Silhouette created mounted on Kraft strip and popped up with silicone gel. I then mounted the piece on Kraft cs that is on white cs base.

Usually I use white school glue when attaching tissue paper but this time I wanted to experiment with a different medium. The Mod Podge gave a wonderful satin finish and an almost leather texture that took to heat setting perfectly. I did add the glue with a glue brush then thinned that out with the edge of a credit card for the final finish.

Thanks for sharing your time with me, now I am sharing this with :

River of Creativity: ATG

Creative Artiste: ATG Mixed Media

Sweet Stampin: Mardi Gras

9 thoughts on “BG digi on Tissue Paper”

  1. Hello Kersey, WOW that’s a fabulous card – love the technique and the results you’ve achieved! Thanks for joining in with us this week at Sweet Stampin’, hope to see you again.
    Sarah
    Sweet Stampin DT

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  2. I love the idea of Gel prints in digi form, printed out they look incredible and so effective. There’s a beautiful vintage touch to your card and so elegant with those touched of gold. The modge podge really gives off a great finish.
    Thanks for sharing with us @ Creative Artiste.
    Creative best wishes Tracey (DT)

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