I tried something different with the cling wrap technique.
I got a fun new to me product for Christmas and I've had fun playing.
Thank you dear friend.
Here are two pieces that I played with.
On the bottom piece, using a coated paper, I sprinkled these powders,
spritzed liberally with water, then laid down some cling wrap and smooshed it around.
Then I wrinkled up the cling wrap, pressed it down and left it to dry.
Several hours later I pulled off the cling wrap and seeing lots of wet color
on the cling wrap, I laid it on another piece of coated paper and left it.
I loved the feathery look that was left behind when I removed the cling!
This is the piece I used for this card.
I die cut a feather out of some handmade paper in my stash and added someheat embossing to the edges.
I wasn't sure how the ink would do on the coated paper, so I
used some Archival ink and heat embossed it for good measure.
It was laying on the table with the design piece off center and I liked it.
So I popped it up with some foam and let it stay right there.
I'll add it to the CAS Mix Up Gallery
|Using stamping, Cling Wrap Technique with powder and water, heat embossing and die cuts|
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Thanks for the visit and special thanks for your comments.
Stamps: Walk by Faith (PTI)
Ink: Tree Branch (Archival), Versamark
Paper: Neena, Coated Paper, Handmade Paper
Other: Lindy's Magicals (Sassy Sapphire), Cling Wrap, Stitched Rectangle Die (SSS), Feather Die (Wish), Gold EP (SU)