Technique Thursday: Faux Patina Technique

This week on Paper Crafter’s Library’s Technique Thursday Sophia shows us how to create a Faux Patina look. On the Fan Mail tag, Sophia creates the Faux Patina look on a smooth piece of cardstock, which she then die cuts an element from, to embellish the tag. For the tag on the left, Sophia creates the Faux Patina look on a dry embossed piece of cardstock, which she uses as a background for her tag.

For those of you unfamiliar with Technique Thursday , this is where we create and feature projects for our Club 52 online class (our year-long technique club), which our Paper Crafter’s Library members also access as a free benefit of their membership.

If you’re interested in checking out what we’ve covered so far, you can look at our Club 52 page. If you’re a technique junkie and would like to learn new techniques (as many of them are ones we have created), or revisit old ones – you can still sign up from this page – you’ll be able to access all 48 weeks we’ve done so far, plus the remaining weeks, and your access to the classroom will last for 15 months.

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