Hello everyone – Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog. I had an afternoon of happy accidents recently when I was playing with Therm O Web Deco Foil Flock Transfer Sheets. Therm O Web Flock Transfer SheetsI ended up creating a card and a scrapbook page. I started with my MultiCraft Forever in Time burlap.
I wanted to see if I could add the Flock Transfer Sheets to MultiCraft Forever in Time burlap using the Therm O Web Deco Foil Transfer Gel Duo. The Transfer Gel DUO works two ways; you can transfer flocking or foil using heat from a laminator OR pressure from a die-cutting machine. Transfer Gel DUO is a permanent transfer medium that dries clear and remains tacky for easy use.
I spread the Transfer Gel DUO through stencils and laid a piece of the Flock Transfer Sheet on top and ran it through my die cut machine. A couple of very interesting things happened at this point. Ranger Simon Hurley create. stencil and Therm O Ranger Simon Hurley create. stencil and Therm O Web Transfer Gel DUO

  1. The flock transferred beautifully to the burlap.Therm OWeb Flock Transfer Sheets and Stencil
  2. The negative effect that remained on the piece of Flock Transfer was very bold and striking.Flock Transfer Sheets on Burlap
  3. The MultiCraft Forever in Time burlap acted like an embossing folder and it left a fabulous textured imprint on the flocking.

The Flock Transfer sheets can be stamped on and run through a die cut machine. Card designed by Kerry Engel featuring Therm O Web and MultiCraft Forever in Time Burlap

For this card, I layered the burlap embossed Flock Transfer piece at the bottom. I stamped the flower using the Therm O Web Gina K. Designs Graphic Sunflower stamp and dies with Ranger Simon Hurley create. ink. Simon Hurley create. inkAdhering burlap can be tricky so I used the Therm O Web iCraft Mixed Media  Adhesive.Kerry Engel Scrapbook Layout featuring Therm O Web I just loved how the burlap and the negative flocked piece turned out using the Ranger Simon Hurley create. stencil so I created a layout using those two pieces. I added a punch of elements cut from flocking using Elizabeth Craft Designs Dies.

I created a clothesline using random (and old) pieces of thread, doodads, and ribbon and some 30-year old beads. I used three colors of burlap: Blue Sky, Blue Diamond, and Tuscan Gold.  The title was cut from the Flock Transfer Sheet as well.
I’m a big fan of texture and layers. These two projects were rocking my afternoon. I will definitely be adding more Flock Transfer to burlap in the future.

I hope you have some time to do something creative today – It’s good for the soul.

Kerry Engel | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
Kerry Engel

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    Roxanne Richard Reply

    Wow…what an awesome idea! Thank you for the new tip and inspiration.