With tyvek it's about applying heat, you can use
a heat gun like I did, you must take it off while it's
still hot, use pliers, it's hot:O) heated one on the
bottom, I like the grundged look better
The 2 above I rolled in a Timmy's resist, you can use
any kind, then dipped them in clear embossing powder.
Patsy from http://easilyamusedhardtooffend.blogspot.ca/2013/08/ever-tried-embossing-powder-beads.html
Made some out of paper, her's are gorgeous, like glass..
This shows how it reacts to heat depending on
the side you heat, it bubbles, give great texture
to your project..
This piece I made over 10 yrs ago with my DS
Sandy showed me how to play with it.
I painted it, sewed it on her fancy Serger sewing machine
then heated it.
Here are 2 videos showing how to play with tyvek
I hope you try it and just have some fun.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful creative day..