Using Fancy Film & Class A'Peels












The two lovely eggs shown here were done using simple methods
for some gorgeous end results.
Directions below photos...




The Fancy film is packaged in 5' rolls and we have 12 sparkling colors (see the category for Fancy Film on the website to see all the colors).

To use with Rubber Stamps:

Ink a rubber stamp with black permanent ink. Set stamp on table with inked side up. Gently place THREE layers of Fancy Film on the stamp. Cover with baker's parchment paper without moving the film. Press with an iron on medium setting for about 3-5 seconds. NOTE- You may need to experiment with the iron setting and time, using just enough heat and time to melt film together but not bubble or melt.

The colors will change and become more iridescent with the heat. Decorate with glitter and cut out close to- but leaving- the black lines. WARNING: As much as I like and use Stickles, they will not stay on the film and you will find little pieces all over that have popped off.

Because of the thickness of the fused film, you can now bend the wings or whatever and they will stay dimensional.

To use with Class-A-Peels:

Stick peel on 3 layers of film and then turn with Class A'Peel facing the table. Cover with baker#39s parchment paper as in the instructions above, and press with iron as before. This will melt the film into the openings in the peel. Cut out and decorate.

Angel Egg: The angel wings are a Class A'Peel on Aurora film. I cut the wings off the print and used the C-A-P wings to give it dimension.

Dragonfly Egg: This large dragonfly is done using the rubber stamp method on Blue Nile film. The small dragonfly on the upper left is a Class A'Peel on the same film.


Experiment and enjoy!














The two lovely eggs shown here were done using simple methods
for some gorgeous end results.
Directions below photos...




The Fancy film is packaged in 5' rolls and we have 12 sparkling colors (see the category for Fancy Film on the website to see all the colors).

To use with Rubber Stamps:

Ink a rubber stamp with black permanent ink. Set stamp on table with inked side up. Gently place THREE layers of Fancy Film on the stamp. Cover with baker's parchment paper without moving the film. Press with an iron on medium setting for about 3-5 seconds. NOTE- You may need to experiment with the iron setting and time, using just enough heat and time to melt film together but not bubble or melt.

The colors will change and become more iridescent with the heat. Decorate with glitter and cut out close to- but leaving- the black lines. WARNING: As much as I like and use Stickles, they will not stay on the film and you will find little pieces all over that have popped off.

Because of the thickness of the fused film, you can now bend the wings or whatever and they will stay dimensional.

To use with Class-A-Peels:

Stick peel on 3 layers of film and then turn with Class A'Peel facing the table. Cover with baker's parchment paper as in the instructions above, and press with iron as before. This will melt the film into the openings in the peel. Cut out and decorate.

Angel Egg: The angel wings are a Class A'Peel on Aurora film. I cut the wings off the print and used the C-A-P wings to give it dimension.

Dragonfly Egg: This large dragonfly is done using the rubber stamp method on Blue Nile film. The small dragonfly on the upper left is a Class A'Peel on the same film.


Experiment and enjoy!



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