Frosted Film

I've been having a play with the Tim Holtz Frosted Film.  I read an article the other day about etching glass with chemicals and transfers and that's what made me think of using the Frosted Film.

I've decorated a jar using the Movers and Shapers Mini Bird and Cage dies.

There's lots of fluffy fibres around the top with a Whiff Of Joy charm attached.

Here's a close-up of the die cut, it's not just frosted, there's a sparkle to it too.
 And a shot taken in the dark with the light reflected at the back through the die cuts.  I've used a little battery tea light.  I love these as I can leave them safely without worrying about the Branston Pickle causing havoc and burning the house down.  They aren't toys but are suitable for older children so this would make a great teenagers gift, perhaps to accompany the usual request for money or vouchers!

Challenges :
Moving Along With The Times - 3 elements with the same letter - Charm, candle and cage.

** Kate **


Lisa Jane said…
ooh this is fabulous you know how i love lanterns.. looks gorgeous
Thanks for joining us at MAWTT this week
Lisa x
This is great Kate. Easier than etching the glass. If you pop back on my blog a few posts you can see some wine glasses I have done with etching spray.
Thanks for visiting.
Just stunning, what a fab creation!

Thank you for sharing with us at MAWTT this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx
Judith said…
This is lovely - it's a really pretty effect - thanks for playing at MAWTT this week hugs Judith x
Kim. said…
Oh what a lovely idea, the effect is beautiful, great use of the elements used beginning with 'c'. Thanks for joining us this week at Moving Along With The Times.
Kim xXx

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