|This is the back of the flower, you can see the dimension you get by folding the material. |
I had to go ahead and make a few more flowers, is like once I started to work with this product, I just kept making more flowers. Two of these flowers I used a lighter to shape the edges of my petals, and you have to work really fast, the heat softens the material but in order to shape it you have to do it really fast. My yellow flower shows a little bit of brown on the edge of the petals due to the heat of the fire.
What I really liked about this product besides the eye-catching colors and patterns is how you can cut it with different types of cutting tools, you can shape it by hand or by using pliers - I did both for my flowers, some I just shaped by folding by hand and others by using pliers and had the same results. you can add paint if you want to , the possibilities of use are endless, I can think of so many other ways to utilize this product that I recommend you give it a try. You can purchase Rowlux® Illusion Film by going to their website and order directly from them http://www.rowlux.com/ or by going to Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Rowlux-Illusion-Film-Polycarbonate-12-Inch/dp/B00CW7940Q
Here are the materials I used to make the bracelets
These the other tools I used to create the Necklace and the Inka Gold in red from Viva Decor is what I used to color the edge of the flower on my necklace
Sunday, July 14, 2013
Creating with Rowlux® Illusion Film!
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