When I saw this double sided foam tape from Scrapbook Adhesives I thought it would be fun to add some flocking and after searching my stash (because I knew that I had some somewhere…) I simply just played. I filmed the process so you could watch, and today you can also find me over at the Altenew Blog.
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
I’ve linked all the products from Altenew below or you can visit them HERE.
Other Supplies: The Stencil Specialists Flocking Fibre – Rose Pink, Hot Pink, Olive Green. Large Sillver Rhinestones.
13 thoughts on “Video : who remembers Flocking?”
I swear you are in my head, Therese!! Make yourself comfortable there, bring your pillow! I just talked about flocking – THIS? Totally blows my mind it is so cute – and it is totally new to me, girlfriend!!
I love the way you used a new product in that adhesive foam sheet and use an old product with it! I bet it would look really interesting using the flock over the black sheet too. TFS!
I am pretty sure I tossed all my flocking and after seeing this I wish I hadn’t!
I have the flocking (a valentine clearance from several years ago) so now I just need the foam adhesive. I love watching you muddle through the stickiness and covering the die, Therese. It makes it seem like I can do it. I also love the sentiment across the corner.
Sweet card..sadly I am allergic to the flocking…
I love your card, Therese! So glad you had the idea to pull out your flocking supplies…such a fun project! Thank you so much for another great video…I always enjoy them!!!
Gorgeous. Worth the effort. I have white for Santa – but when ever I use it I am not happy with the results. Must try a different adhesive next time.
You know what Therese? Now I need flocking!!!!
Lovely card, AGAIN!
I still have some flocking from Doodlebug – I must try this – thanks for the inspiration!
So pretty, Therese … the soft plumpness of those blooms is just yummy! Never had flocking … hmmm … a wish list moment p’raps! Hugs, Anita 🙂
I want to reach out and touch those velvety flowers! Great technique 🙂
Well, isn’t this brilliant!!! What a way to bring back an olde!
I’ve never played with flocking (and don’t own any) but this looks like fun!