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Fantasy Film
The Krafty Lady now stocks Fantasy Film for your Kreating Pleasure!
See all the colours here, and enjoy the samples below.

See below for ideas, or a Fantasy Film and Opals Tutorial by Zeborah Loray,
or some Videos featuring Fantasy Film.

 
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by Barb Porritt
using
Fantasy Film 
by Barb Porritt
using
Fantasy Film 
 
by Barb Porritt
using
Fantasy Film
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Deep Green Sea
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM282 XLge - Indented Oval Shape
(could also be done using
AM190 XLge - Shape Oval)

Suze Weinberg UTEE (Clear) was poured in the mould, and while still hot some pieces of Fantasy Film were dropped in the UTEE (Satin, In The Glen, In The Forest) and heated again to change their colour. Some In The Forest was then placed at the back of the mould, then some Fernglade Opals were poured to fill up the mould. Gold wire was used to make the bail and wrap around the cast in the indentation (no indentation in AM190 though).
 
Aloha Hawaii
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM352 X3Lge 2 Frangipani (Large one, cast twice)

Also used Opals embossing powder: Franklin, Currawong; Dandelion Fantasy Film, Core’dinations card stock (Hocus Pocus collection), woven mat paper from Kay’s Concepts, natural raffia, metal shim, brads, peel off stickers and metal alphabet stamps.
 
 Iridescent Leaves bracelet
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM247 Med Leaf Med

Also used black Sculpey clay, Fantasy Film, Franklin Opals, assorted black beads, assorted silver jewellery findings and black Beadalon Polyester Chain.

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Orange Marmalade Brooch
by Carol Murphy (DT)

using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
AM217 Med Domino (Small)
(alternatively AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes can be used for this project)

I also used clear UTEE, Lemon Sparkle and Watermelon Angelina, Opals, Watermelon, Spring Morning, and Kristy’s Eyes Fantasy Film, gold wire, and a pin-back.

I used the same technique for BOTH moulds. While melting the UTEE I cut up bits of the Fantasy Film and opals and placed them in the mould.  I then poured the UTEE over the top of the pieces. After it set up I glued the small domino piece, a little off center to the larger domino.  I wanted a free form look so I then wrapped wire around both of the pieces and added an Angelina backing.  I then applied the pin back using Ultimate glue.

  Midnight Craters Necklace
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Waterfall, Dandelion, Strawberry and Aurora; silver jewellery findings and AB finish glass beads.
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 Lemon Ice Necklace and Earring Set
by Carol Murphy (DT)
using
AM212 Lge Domino (Large)
AM217 Med Domino (Small)
(alternatively AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes can be used for this project)

close up of necklace
closeup of earrings
I also used Clear Ultra Thick Embossing Enamels, Watermelon, Krista's eyes, and Spring Morning Fantasy Film, Opals, gold beading wire, pieces of old necklaces and belts, and assorted jewelry findings.

To create the Domino pieces for the earrings and necklace I melted the embossing enamels and while waiting, layered some opals and bits of the Fantasy Film in the bottom of the moulds. I poured the clear enamel into the mould and let set up. I added a bit more of the Fantasy Film to the "TOP" of the domino piece and melted it quickly with a heat gun. The domino was then decorated with wire wrapping to give it a freeform look, very loose and not planned.
African Mother Pendant
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM079 XLge 2 African Profiles M&F
AMKT3 X4Lge Reptile Texture
 
Also used Delight Air Dry Modelling Compound, Krylon gold leafing pen, After Midnight Art Glass, Gold Magic Meltz thick embossing powder, Blue Nile Fantasy Film, gold shim, rhinestone bracelet, gold bail and leather cord.

Dangling Conch
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
using
AM078 Med Conch Shell
 
Also used Franklin Opals, Waterfall Fantasy Film, assorted glass beads, assorted metal charms, assorted jewellery findings, fine gold chain and tiger tail.


  
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Various Resin and Fantasy Film Pieces
by Kristine The Krafty Lady
using
AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes
AM128 XLge Greek Column

These were done using Resin, and
thread and bits of Fantasy Film.
 
Crystal Clear Resin Pieces
by Kristine The Krafty Lady
using
AM245 4XLge 5 Dominoes
which has thread and bits of Fantasy Film added to the resin.
Jenni Hodge
using
AM275 XLge - Art Doll Blank by Cathy Daulman
AM1004 Med Cathy's 'The Face'

Cast with Franklin Opals and using Fantasy Film.
 
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Glass-like Bustier
by Kristine The Krafty Lady
using
AM220 XLge Le Bustier Front Only
with thread and bits of Fantasy Film added to the resin and had an Aurora Fantasy Film sheet placed on the back of the cast after the resin had been poured. 
By Kristine The Krafty Lady,
this piece uses
AMKT4 X4Lge Rococo Texture
with thread and bits of Fantasy Film added to resin and rubbed with Rub n' Buff Antique Gold after cured.
By Kristine The Krafty Lady,
this piece uses
AMKT9 X4Lge Fronds Texture
It has thread and bits of Fantasy Film added to the resin and had a Dandelion Fantasy Film sheet placed onto the resin immediately after the resin was poured onto the Texture Sheet.
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Wire Wrapped Pendant
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
 AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: In the Glen, Waterfall and Dandelion; 20g wire, assorted jewellery findings and black cord.
Bead Chain Choker
by Mylne Hillam (DT)
Using
AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Strawberry and Dandelion; black organza ribbon, black cord, gold beaded cord, gold cord, assorted jewellery findings and black cardstock.

I made the beads by rolling a thin strip of black card around a skewer and glueing in place. Once secure, I dipped the rolled card (still on the skewer) into Franklin Opals and then wrapped a strip of Strawberry Fantasy Film (slightly narrower and roughly the same length as the card stock) part way around the “bead”. I dipped it again in the Opals so that the tail of Fantasy Film was laying in the melted Opals. The colour will change almost immediately. Once this happens, I roll the remaining strip around the rest of the bead. Dip in Opals one last time and twirl slowly in your fingers to stop drips from forming. Doing this will give you a roughly cylindrical bead. Remove the bead once it has set and set aside to cool.

 
Green Leaves Necklace
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
 AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Strawberry, Aurora, Waterfall and Dandelion; assorted Czech glass beads, assorted jewellery findings and nylon beading thread.
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Ocean Hues Pendant
using
AM222 XLge Fancy Oval Cab

Also using Franklin Opals, Fantasy Film: Waterfall and In the Glen; gold charms, assorted beads and jewellery findings.

See full necklace here.

This necklace was published in
Beads Etc, #15


 
Fantasy Baroque Beauties
using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty

Also using Franklin Opals, and Fantasy Film. For further instructions please see our Tips and Techniques section
 
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Strawberry Pendant and Earrings Set
by Myléne Hillam (DT)
using
 AM245 X4Lge 5 Dominoes

Also used Opals: Franklin and Currawong; Fantasy Film: Strawberry and Waterfall; assorted metal beads, assorted jewellery findings and black cardstock.

I made the beads by rolling a thin strip of black card around a skewer and glueing in place. Once secure, I dipped the rolled card (still on the skewer) into Franklin Opals and then wrapped a strip of Strawberry Fantasy Film (slightly narrower and roughly the same length as the card stock) part way around the “bead”. I dipped it again in the Opals so that the tail of Fantasy Film was laying in the melted Opals. The colour will change almost immediately. Once this happens, I roll the remaining strip around the rest of the bead. Dip in Opals one last time and twirl slowly in your fingers to stop drips from forming. Doing this will give you a roughly cylindrical bead. Remove the bead once it has set and set aside to cool.

To see a better view of the beads for the necklace, click here.

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