Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Creating a Sticky Barc Feature

I have been playing around with some Sticky Barc and wanted to share with you all this embellishment feature I created using it and combining with some Beach Comber Collection.

Here are the supplies I chose to use for this project.

The first thing I did was to cut strips of the Sticky Barc.

I then inked the edges of the strips in brown in, and then adhered to a piece of Cardstock, which I have pre-cut to the final size of what i am creating.  The line down the middle is what i am using to ensure the pieces all line up down the middle of my strip of cardstock.

The great thing about Sticky Barc, is that as the name suggests, it is already sticky, so you just have to remove the backing paper and it can be stuck in place.  

This is the final piece, covered totally in the Sticky Barc.  I then turned it over, and trimmed off the excess around the edges, then using some X-Press It Double sided tape, adhered this to another piece of darker cardstock, to create a frame.

So finally, I used this piece as an embellishment on my Layout.

And here is the final, completed layout.

Hope you like my creation.

Products Used:
Fab Scraps Beach Comber Paper
Fab Scraps Beach Comber Chipboard.


Thanks for Looking 


  1. I love how you created the piece with the sticky bark! Thanks for sharing. Awesome layout :-)

  2. That is so so cool, love how you did the parquet effect ��