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Today while tidying up a bit for WOYWW this week, I unearthed a paper project in the nether regions of my craft table. I had donned my mad scientist hat a while back and was experimenting by ironing freezer paper to the backs of some thin papers - tissue, handmade, original blotter splats. So far, so good.
|'Mad Scientist EXPERIMENTS'|
Next, the plan is to adhere the rough side of 2 freezer papers back to back to create a sturdy substrate. When dry, I'll punch the pages with my Bind It All, then use the pages as backgrounds in art journals. This is a slow process for me - I like instant gratification with my experiments. But this project seems to be dragging on...
How about you? Have you tried ironing freezer paper to the backs of thin/flimsy papers? What were your results? Have you tried ironing freezer paper to fabrics? Would love to see your results. Please email me or comment here with a link to your blog post if you've tried this technique.
Not shown: just got in a shipment from jetpens.com of white gel pens of various brands. So far, I'm loving how they write over all the various media in my art journals.
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