The silver side piece was made using fusible webbing (like one would use to fuse fabric to fabric). Cut your piece slightly smaller than your cardstock piece, peel off the backing of the webbing, and heat with your heat tool. I tried heating from underneath, but the piece of webbing doesn't perform as well that way for me. Try to heat straight down, as the webbing is very thin (think facial tissue, but only 1 ply of the 2 ply) and will blow away if heated at an angle (ask me how I know).
Just a wee bit into the heating process, sprinkle with embossing powder and then finish heating. Closer heating and staying in one spot will result in holes forming (which I wanted - thought of fishnet stockings... but didnt have black EP).
I learned that if you sprinkle the EP on before some small holes form, you will not get holes at all, only a thick layer of embossing. Try not to be to heavy on the EP. This was my second try... I can't wait to try again!
The diamonds on the necklace and ring are diamond studs used for fingernails (in nail dept at WM).... just adhered with Crystal Effects. I also used CE with Silver Shine glitter for her earrings (she has to be matchy matchy, you know!).
Thanks to Amber (bambi64) and others who chatted with me about how we might possibly go about this! The "bad girl" black lace is in honor of our own bad girl, BadSherry. ;)
Date: Sunday, April 9, 2006 GMT Views: 911