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I have a fabulous technique for you today!  This was shared by one of my Luv 2 Stamp Group demonstrators, Janet from Kansas!  Thank you Janet for sharing this cool technique!

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Waxed paper resist 1Check out the fabulous background >>>

on this card.. it is a

WAXED PAPER RESIST TECHNIQUE!

Supplies you'll need:

Brayer #102395

ink pad of your choice

Glossy paper #102599**

(eeek gads.. it's sold out!

see below for alternate)

embossing folder

waxed paper


Please watch the video below for all the instructions.  (if you are viewing this in an email, you'll need to click on my blog to view the video)

 

The card above was made with Marina Mist ink, but look how beautiful this technique is with Perfect Plum ink!

Waxed paper resist plum 1

Waxed paper resist plum 2

STEP BY STEP HOW TO CREATE WAXED PAPER RESIST

(see video above)

STEP 1:

cut waxed paper to about 4-1/2"x6" (slightly larger than your card front)

Waxed paper resist step 1

STEP 2:

Place waxed paper in an embossing folder, and run through the Big Shot

Waxed paper resist step 2

STEP 3:

on your ironing board, place a piece of copy paper/computer paper, then place a piece of Glossy Cardstock, glossy side up, place the embossed waxed paper on top, then another piece of copy paper over that.  Iron on COTTON SETTING (NO STEAM) for a few seconds.. do not rub (see video)

Waxed paper resist step 3

STEP 4:

ink your brayer with desired color, then roll onto glossy cardstock that has the waxed paper design on it

Waxed paper resist step 4

STEP 5:

use a kleenex or paper towel and rub off any excess ink

Waxed paper resist step 5

DONE! use your background on your card or project

Try two colors!

Try other embossing folders!

Have fun!

  Waxed paper resist two tone

** I am sad that the Glossy White cardstock has sold out, however, I'm HAPPY TO REPORT that you can do this technique with Shimmery White cardstock (#101910) and with Whisper White Cardstock (#100730) both from Stampin' Up!

EDITED TO ADD 5/22/13: several people have emailed me to say that you can also try Photo Paper (from office supply stores) if you are out of glossy paper... thank you everyone!

Waxed paper resist shimmery white

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Comments

Cindee Wilkinson

AWESOME technique! Going to give this a try. Good thing I have LOTS of the glossy cardstock. Your cards are beautiful!

Carol Carriveau

This is fabulous...will try it today! Thank you Patty...always enjoy your videos!

Susan

Nice tutorial! Thank you!

Edna B.

Great video as always. Thanks for the stamp coloring tip also. Edna

Charlotte C.

GREAT video and step by step instructions! Thanks for sharing this, AND for the two tone coloring with the stamp. I LOVE that tip of stamping in the ink, then adding the 2nd color with the marker - brilliant!

Cherie

Wow! Such a stunning technique! Your cards are beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing this idea and the tip with the markers!

Kay Jantz

What a great technique, can't wait to try it. TFS Kay

Nanci Luna

I love this technique. At first I had a few lines from the brayer, but they worked themselves out and it is so pretty. I used
Elegant Eggplant. Thanks for the demo

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