Once dry the beauty of the paper is visible. Interesting things can happen with the background too
The above shows the front and back of a paper background
The above shows a background of cotton fibres. A piece of this paper is included in our packs so that you can experiment. This surface too is perfect for stitching – and I often use it for book covers.
Sometimes there is a double use as a quick ‘print’ will result in a watercolour-like finish – and you can still use the paper as above. The video below shows the imprint left – remember to lift the tissue immediately while still wet – it can be transferred to another area for use or left on polythene to dry before peeling off for use.
A number of us are taking part in a challenge – 365 days of a minimum of 15 minutes creativity each day. Why not join us? Nothing formal – just do SOMETHING creative – and yes, that cake that you thought about making will count as well….. if you make it.
As an encouragement there are a few daily photo prompts being published here, interspersed with some colour prompts too. They won’t come every day of the year – but already I’ve seen the results of some lovely work.
If you decide to take part and blog about your results – don’t forget leave a comment at the bottom of the appropriate post. In the meantime – here’s a little stitching based on the last colour challenge. The picture will take you there.
Don’t forget that this represents £12.50 in value! A quality brand – colour pack as pictured – £7.50 – so very good value. Only one of this combination available – and this weekend there is no extra for postage. A reminder, too, that all these offers also include a little extra surprise. Scroll down here to see the rest available