I have to say, I had so much fun creating this project. I worked with the Grafix Essentials Shrink Wrap...and what an amazing product!! Basically, you draw on a clear plastic sheet (my instruments of choice were a colorful array of sharpies), bake it...and then amazingness happens. Seriously, your artwork turns into tiny acrylic-like pieces. I was totally amazed. Take a look at the before and after pictures (and please excuse my horrible photography skills, as I was just snapping some pics with my iPhone during the process and hadn't originally planned on sharing them, but then I was too amazed not to!):
In the end I decided to throw these cute little pieces into a shaker card with a few sequins mixed in:
I can't get over how much fun this product was to use!!
I am actually the last artist stop on the hop today, so head back over to the Grafix site and browse through all the pretty stuff over there. They have a whole range of crazy cool products and a lot of awesome project ideas. If you joined the hop at my site, head back to the CardMaker Magazine Blog to see the whole list of artists and begin the Grafix journey.
Thanks for stopping in...happy hopping!
Card Base, Shaker Pocket: Jillibean Soup; Patterned Paper: Bella Blvd; Sequins: SpiegelMom Scraps; Shrink Wrap: Grafix; Adhesive: Elmer's