Wednesday, April 27, 2016

StazOn Studio Glaze Papers

StazOn Studio Glaze is a translucent pigmented medium that works well on non-porous surfaces. The best results were achieved on gessoed or glossy cardstock. In the video I show how it acts on regular cardstock (not pictured above) - it's not as vibrant but it's not bad either, if you want a more muted look.

Making the Project

Watch the video for step-by-step instructions:

The papers have a wonderful texture to them. Both of the foreground pieces below were gessoed. The one at the top (between) is glossy; sorry, it's a bit hard to distinguish. The die cut pieces further below are on glossy. The biggest difference is that the glaze goes on more transparent unless applied thickly, whereas the gessoed pieces grab on to the glaze more readily. This technique could be used in mixed media projects.

These papers make great backgrounds for cards, scrapbooks, and other projects. The following pieces were die cut from Studio Glazed glossy cardstock.

I created the following card using one of the papers. Shimmer Creative Medium was added to the Studio Glaze. The dots are translucent and have a subtle shimmer.

The rest of the card was made with black cardstock, Stardream Neenah paper (Jupiter), seam binding (bow), and a die cut black clay heart (Makin's Clay, see the Clay Embellishments tutorial).


Imagine Crafts Supplies
  • StazOn Studio Glaze: Midnight Blue, Gold, Claret, Ganache
  • Creative Medium: Clear, Shimmer
  • Brushstix
  • DoodleStix
  • Palette Knives
  • Brilliance Dew Drop Ink Pad: Rocket Red Gold
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  1. Love the video! Thanks for the great tutorial!

  2. The papers you created look wonderful, as do the cool letters you cut from them.


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