June 12, 2011

Video - A Background Technique

White Glue Resist

Whenever Roc and I get together for one of our play dates, we always try to shoot a few videos that showcase interesting journaling techniques.

When Roc showed me this creative technique, I couldn't wait to roll my "Flip" camera! Who knew that you can use simple, white school glue as a resist to add a ton of interest and texture to your pages!

May your day be filled with creative freedom!

12 comments:

In the Light of the Moon said...

Great technique..thanks for sharing!!Cat

Cynthia Schelzig said...

oooh yes, the good old Elmer´s Glue...how could we forget. You two are so fun!!! Thanks for making me smile! I think I need a manicure too.

Siobhan Brignull said...

sure its not black glue resist as Ive only got a black rectangle . . oops

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

You two have the most fun with your videos and playtime. What great friends you are! xox Corrine

Sharon said...

Well I see you two are still having fun. Thanks for the video, I shall have to try this one.

Amber L. said...

Cool technique. Thanks for the video :)

Astrid Maclean said...

Sounds as if you two had great fun again, cool technique too!Thanks so much for sharing!

Martina2801 said...

Ha-ha ....."Bluefinger Production! You're really cute .....and this is an effective technique with little effort......

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I've used the school glue as a resist on some tip-ins I made several years ago, using acrylic paint. I never realized using the inks would give that lovely change in colors, as the ink activated the glue. I love that technique.

And I have to agree about the use of a heat tool. Not only does it bubble, it has a tendency to turn brown. Voice of experience here!

Jammer said...

Thanks for sharing that.

~*~Patty S said...

Such fun when you two make magic happen right before our eyes!

Thanks as always for sharing Terri and Rock!

oxo

Lynn said...

Fun, fun, fun thanks for another video girls, you rock!!!!