Friday, September 6, 2013

LWD Design Team Showcase: Tattered Angels Pure Mistable Paper 12x12

Good morning everyone!  Today I want to show you the results of an experiment I conducted using the Tattered Angels Pure Mistable Papers.  I chose 6 of the papers to try:  Naugahyde,Wide Wale, Satin, Crushed Velvet, Linen-White, and Patent Leather-White.  These papers are white.  Due to lighting, they might look a bit pinkish in the photos, but they are not.

All samples are ATC-sized.  Photos can be viewed in a larger size, in a separate window, by clicking on the picture.  The mists were sprayed on, allowed to set for a few seconds, then blotted with a paper towel.  A Ranger Heat It Craft Tool was used to speed drying time.

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First, I tried the Naugahyde paper.  I sprayed it with three colors of Dylusions; Vibrant Turquoise, White Linen, Cut Grass.  This resulted in subtle veined look with a smooth texture.  I have to say this is my favorite.

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Next, the Wide Wale.  I sprayed this one with Dylusions Melted Chocolate, Funky Fuchsia, and Lemon Zest.  You get a nice subtle vertical stripe background pattern with a smooth surface.

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Here is the Satin paper.  This time I used Dylusions Postbox Red, London Blue, and White Linen.  This runs a close second as a favorite of mine.  You get a very textured background, slightly rough finish, with a nice shimmer that shows through the mists.

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Next up, Crushed Velvet.  For this and the next two, I switched to more subtle mists made by Art Anthology.  For this one, I used Vineyard, Patience, and Honey Bee.  You get a pebbly texture that’s slightly rough to the touch.

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And here’s Linen-White.  I used the Art Anthology mists in Glorious, Pesto, and Studio Blue.  The design is extremely subtle with a fabric-like look as would be expected.  The finish is slightly raised.

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Finally, Patten Leather-White.  I used Art Anthology mists in Sangria, Watermelon, and Plush.  As expected, you will get a very smooth finish with a nice gloss to it.  The mists slightly puddle on the paper giving you the below shown effect.  Yes, the gloss shows through the mists!

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And in case your were wondering, they also work well with stains.  Here’s a sample of Crushed Velvet colored with Tim Holtz Distress Stain in Wild Honey.

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If anyone wants to see a sample of any of the Tattered Angels Pure Mistables 12 x 12 Paper that was not shown today, just let me know.  I’ll do a test run for you and post it here on my blog.

Last but not least, a piece of the paper in action.  For an ATC I’m working on, I used the Naugahyde paper shown above.

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Supplies Used Available from Lone Wolf Designs LLC:
Tattered Angels Pure Mistable Paper 12 x 12 in Naugahyde, Wide Wale, Satin, Linen-White, Crushed Velvet, and Patten Leather-White
Dylusions Mists in Vibrant Turquoise, White Linen, Cut Grass, Melted Chocolate, Funky Fuchsia, Lemon Zest, Postbox Red, and London Blue
Tim Holtz Distress Stain in Wild Honey 
Ranger Heat It Craft Tool

Until Later…………………………

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8 comments:

  1. Great experiment, Marilyn! I love all the different textures in these papers. Thanks for taking the time to compare all of them for us...and for being part of the LWD team!

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  2. These are great! Now I'm really going to have to get some of those mists. I have been putting it off....The texture on the paper is awesome. You get an excellent view of it when you click on the picture and open it in another screen. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Thanks for sharing, Marilyn! These are beautiful. I had never heard of these papers and have never tried the mists. Now I feel inspired to try them soon :).

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  4. Thanks for sharing, Marilyn! I love learning about new products-had never heard of these papers and have never tried the mists. Very inspring!

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  5. I've tried to leave a comment two times before this. 3rd time's the charm? Love this. Thank you for sharing! It was very educational and inspiring.

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  6. Thanks for showing the papers with Distress Stain--which is what I have and use. Great post!!

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  7. Those are gorgeous, Marilyn!!

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  8. Great papers! They take the color so well. Love that peacock!

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