Tuesday, January 10, 2012

J is for Joseph's Coat with a Twist

Start by wrinkling/crumpling up wax paper, then open it up and place it between two sheets of glossy or coated card stock. Iron on high and use pressure while ironing.
 Use sponges or  brayer to add dye ink over the wax paper resist.
 Stamp on image with embossing ink, cover with clear embossing powder and heat set. It's hard to see the clear embossing powder here.
 Use brayer or direct-to-paper to cover entire surface with a dark dye ink. Use paper towel to wipe off ink from embossed areas.
 The detail stamp doesn't show up well with this technique, BUT
 It looks great with a bold image stamp!

1 comment:

chrissy said...

I agree the bold image stamp looks great!