This month over on Tattered Angels Blog the design team is working on using Tattered Angels paints with Fabrics. I got a little ahead of myself and also did a project out of leather lol. You'll have to wait and see what I created out of fabric till the 7th, but for now take a look at a leather cuff I made out of scrap leather from Michaels, Glimmer Glaze and a few eyelets. The cuff measures. 7 1/2 x 2". There are three different leathers all treated with Glimmer Glaze.
The base piece was painted with Sugar Cane and buffed with Cowboy. I used a fan brush to apply it, It gives it a more even smooth coat.
The bow and circle pieces were painted and sealed with Cowboy. The glaze did an amazing job of sealing the edges of the leather, keeping them from shedding apart. It also Brings out the grains of the leather, making them look richer and deep.
I applied all of my eyelets with my Crop-A-Dile. That thing is a monster lol. It had no problems punching through two to three layers of thick leather.
Hope this inspired you to pull out those paints and try them on something new. Have a wonderful week.