Dreamweaver Die DG745 Tree Line
Dreamweaver Color Solutions in Pine Bough, Aquarius and Iceberg
Dreamweaver Color Solution Thinner
Art Glitter Designer Dries Clear Glue (although you could use E 600)
May Arts Twine
Manual Die Cut Machine (I used a Cuttlebug)
1) Run copper through the machine with Dreamweaver Die. You will be using the thin die setting. For the Cuttlebug, the sandwich was A Plate, die, metal, B Plate, C Plate and shim (a lightweight piece of chipboard).
2) Glue the metal to a clean, dry jar.
4) With the Q Tips, apply the Color Solutions to the glass. Don't worry if you get some ink on the metal.
5) With the Color Solutions on a Q Tip, clean off the metal.
6) Add a bow around the threads.
I particularly like how the shape shows through the back of the glass. It adds another dimension to the piece.
Now it is your turn. Make a little "Something to Die For" and upload it to the link at the end of the post. You can find additional inspiration at the links for the whole team below:
Terri Sproul (GD