First, this is a sneek peek of one of 5 stamp sets to be released next week at Mark's Finest Papers a Heinrichs Co.
This week on Mark's Finest Papers SpeedyTV we had a Tutorial on making Cracked glass.
You can see the tutorial at http://mfpspeedytv.ning.com/page/tutorial-time-on-speedyt
When you get there click on Challenge #7 - 2012 Oh yes and don't forget to join in on the Challenge & you could win the stamp set that is in my post above this one!
This is my second attempt at this technique (I Love this technique!)
So my first card looked just like this one except for a few things I discovered I shouldn't do, I'll show you my
Dos & Don'ts.
As they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so look at the picture of the comparison below.
Do use heavy cardstock If you use lighter weight cardstock then
Do use dye ink for crisp image Don't use quick dry clear glues.
Don't heat emboss the images before doing the Cracked Glass Technique.
Here is a picture of another project using Mark's Finest Papers 140 pound premium cardstock and I used Helmar's 450 clear glue. As you can see there was not an issue with bleeding through the paper.
Good luck in your endeavors.