Monday, February 18, 2013

Technique Class – Wax Paper Resist

Yesterday we had lots of fun at our “Try this Technique” class where we re-visited the wax paper resist technique.

Used to, you would crumble up wax paper, open back up and then iron between 2 pieces of white cardstock. Now we use the wax paper in the Sizzix Embossing folders instead of crumbling it. Either way, once ironed, you brayer ink over the cardstock. The ink will resist where the wax paper pattern was ironed on.  It’s so much fun!

Card #1:

feeling sentimental_tech

 

Supplies used:

Category Item # Description
Ink Pad 101406 StazOn Ink Pad - Jet Black
Ink Pad 126979 Classic Ink Pad - NC Chocolate Chip
Pieces 119247 Jewels, Adhesive - Basic Pearls
Pieces 104430 Adhesive - Stampin' Dimensionals
Product 119865 Punch - 1-1/4" Square
Product 127562 Stampin’ Distress Tool
Sheets 101856 Vellum CS - 8.5x11 White
Sheets 121878 Designer Series Paper, First Edition
Sheets 101650 CS - 8.5x11 - NC Very Vanilla
Sheets 101849 CS - 8.5x11 - Naturals Ivory
Sizzix Die 127819 Texture Folder - Lacy Brocade

 

Card #2:

oh whale_tech

 

Supplies used:

Category Item # Description
Ink Pad 126965 Classic Ink Pad - RC Cajun Craze
Ink Pad 126981 Classic Ink Pad - NC Basic Gray
Ink Pad 111833 Classic Stampin' Pad - SC Baja Breeze
Paper 108692 Card Stock - 8.5x11 - Basic Gray
Pieces 119246 Jewels, Adhesive - Basic Rhinestones
Pieces 104430 Adhesive - Stampin' Dimensionals
Product 126199 Stampin' Pierce Mat
Product 126189 Paper-Piercing Tool
Product 116806 Shimmer Paint - Champagne Mist
Product 127857 Paper-Piercing Pack, Festive
Sheets 100730 CS - 8.5x11 - NC Whisper White
Sizzix Die 127010 Sizzix Edgelits Dies - Finishing Touches
Sizzix Die 129267 Sizzix Framelits Dies - Bitty Banners
Sizzix Die 129021 Sizzix Framelits Die - Window Frames
Sizzix Die 129381 Framelits - Ovals Collection
Sizzix Die 129403 Clearlits Die - Happy Whale
Sizzix Die 127751 Sizzix Textured Impressions Folder - Fancy Fan
Stamps 129132 Oh, Whale! – Clear

 

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