Studio Monday with Nina-Marie: ThermoWeb Flocking Sheets!
Hello crafters, it’s Nina-Marie here with you today, sharing inspiration on how to use the new ThermoWeb Flocking sheets!
Many of you may remember flocking powders, which were very popular years back – and gave a fun, fuzzy effect! However, it was never easy to keep your workspace clean when working with those powders… it always seemed to go everywhere!
Well recently at Creativation ThermoWeb unveiled their not only easy-to-use, but also mess-free Flocking Sheets! All you need to do is adhere the flocking to adhesive sheets… you’ll end up with a fuzzy effect on your projects. And let me tell you, it is SO much fun!
I die cut the flocking with the Outside In Stitched Flower and Stitched Flower Frame die sets from Lawn Fawn.
To decorate the card, I also incorporated more Lawn Fawn goodness, including Spring Fling patterned paper, a sky background with the Stitched Cloud Backdrop and a sentiment with the Wavy Sayings stamps, cut out with the coordinating Fancy Wavy Banners dies.
These flocking sheets give this sweet birthday card a soft and cozy appearance. I also love how easy they are to use; be sure to watch the video below and see for yourself!
WATCH THE VIDEO
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Fun stuff. I still have a jar of yellow flocking. I already follow by email.
Such great products: the stamps, dies and cool flocking! You showcased them well, Nina! Makes me want them all!
Like the soft look, Nina-Marie. Have heard of flocking but never actually seen it…thanks for sharing this.
I have always love flocking and even with the mess still use it ! But, how cool is this ! This is heaven! I can not wait to try this ! Thank you for the inspiration of a new product!
So darn cute! I wish your photo could do more justice to the flocking – I’m certain it’s adorable in person!
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Ooooooooh – flocking! What a great way to add bright colour and soft texture!
Interesting video! I think this would be fun!
So sweet, and the colour combos are fab!
What a fun card. I still have all my flocking and occasionally use it.
So cute and
love the flocking
on the card.
Carla from Utah
Such an awesome idea! Love mess free crafting. Cute card ❤
The flocking sheets look like fun to work with! Your card is so cheerful!
Such a great card. Love the flower!
I’m excited for a manageable flock option! Cute card. :)
The flocking sheets look like lots of fun. And I love the cute card.
Such a cute card! The flocking sheets look like fun!
Oh wow, this is just so cute!!
This is adorable!
Saw the flocking sheets on creativation videos. Thanks for the reminder and great video on them, seems totally doable. Can’t wait to try it out myself.
Thank you for featuring the Therm-O-Web Flocking Sheets. I’m totally intrigued by it when I saw it in a Creativation video. I can’t wait to try this out.
What a happy card!!
So cute and colorful, I love the flocking!
Such a cheerful card, love it.
Such a beautiful card, love the flower die.
Cute card! I love these flocking sheets- what a fun product to add to my stash!
So darn cute!
Wow….I did not think I would like the flocking but it is so fun. This card is so cute. Thanks for shariang your talent Nina Marie.
Oh, this is soooo adorable!!! I bet the flocked areas are so fun to touch!! I have some of the powder and it is definitely a pain to use/clean up!
SUPER CUTE and SUPER CHEERY :)
LOVE the colours, textures and stitched details of all the layers and elements!
Pure design, but very beautiful.
SOOOOOOOO bright and happy!!! What a great new product. I want to touch them. :)
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