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Old 08-30-2010, 09:51 PM
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Worth a shot either way when I have the time to play with!
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Creative juices are really flowing. Keep us posted, Spideycindy on your experimentation.
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Ran some samples today with black construction paper. The black dyes run a bit... interesting. Just gonna have to see how they dry. Have to keep moving them so they don't stick to the cardboard box. I am experiencing a little warping but nothing I cannot work with. I dropped and sprayed both. When they are dry will scan and share if they scan ok.
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Ran some samples today with black construction paper. The black dyes run a bit... interesting. Just gonna have to see how they dry. Have to keep moving them so they don't stick to the cardboard box. I am experiencing a little warping but nothing I cannot work with. I dropped and sprayed both. When they are dry will scan and share if they scan ok.
I'm a little curious. What do you mean by you 'dropped and sprayed both'?
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Old 09-03-2010, 12:26 AM
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I'm a little curious. What do you mean by you 'dropped and sprayed both'?
I stirred and dropped some of the enamel testor paints into the water by way of toothpick and sprayed enamel spray paint on the surface. ( Deb calls that another type technique) then dipped my paper on the surface and pulled it out....sorry my mind just assumes you all were right there with me watching! I have not checked them out yet to see how they finally dried. Getting ready to go out of town. I hope I get a few good samples to play with.
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Thank you for the explanation! I understand now! BTW, have you tried to put the paper in the water first and then drop and spray? I did something like this with Deb's nail polish technique and it seemed to make it a little easier.
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Thank you for the explanation! I understand now! BTW, have you tried to put the paper in the water first and then drop and spray? I did something like this with Deb's nail polish technique and it seemed to make it a little easier.
The construction paper was way too thin to keep in the water very long it really soaked up the water but I wanted to see how it would do once dried since the texture is so different over heavy cardstock. I tossed in the samples when I traveled this weekend so have to find them and scan and show you how they turned out. Some have fun possibilities and are workable some came out dull and lifeless but still have workable surface for alternative play!
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This is really beautiful. I love the look of the enamel paint on the cardstock. Thanks for sharing, DebRN
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