Aug 03 2010
Good Morning, it's Tuesday already and I wanted to share with you a technique I did for my Sudsol swaps at convention.
Wax paper resist is easy to do.
Emboss the wax paper in the Big Shot with an Embossing folder of your choice.
Fold the glossy cardstock in half, and put the embossed wax paper inbetween.
Cover the glossy cardstock with copy paper or paper towel, to avoid wax on the iron. Select “cotton” setting on the iron, no steam! Iron the cardstock.
This will transfer the design from the wax paper on to the glossy cardstock.
Remove and discard the wax paper. Begin sponging the classic Ink on, using a circular motion. Apply enough ink to get an even color.
Notice a positive and negative pattern, because both sides of the wax paper were used.
Finish your card.
Here is my step up version. I shrunk my design and added blushing bride cardstock and passed it threw the big shot with Finial Press embossing folder #115963.
Bare with me I have a light bulb that is burnt so, it's harder to take the picture with proper lighting
Products to create this card:
Stamp set: Because I care #118384(wood)#120118(clear)
This set is a hostess set, you can earn it with any workshop or order over 200$. It is also available in French #118673(wood)#120657(clear) and spanish#118685(wood)#120732(clear)
Paper: Certainly celery #105125, Blush Bride #119796, Glossy White #102599 (note: Photo paper will not work)
Ink: Certainly celery #105217
Marker: Certainly celery #105106, Pretty in pink #100045, blushing bride #119801(in this package you will get all 5 in-color markers:peach parfait, poppy parade, pear pizzazz, concord crush & blush bride)
Accessories: Modern label Extra large punch #119849, linen thread #104199 and stamping sponges #101610 vintage wallpaper #120175,
If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.
Have a great day and see you tomorrow for Wowser Wednesday!