|I happened across this technique at stampingforum.com and had fun playing with it the other night. It's very easy and you only need 3 things:
dark matte cardstock,
and clear fingernail polish.
I used my bathroom sink and ran 3+ inches warm water.
The website (stampinforum.com) has good picture samples. Look under their "Technique of the Month" (TOM) for May.
This month's TOM is fun foam and they have pix of their amazing results! I never got such good results when I tried so I may have to give it another shot. Maybe have something to mount on my iridescent paper! :-)
|That address didn't work for me. |
Sounds like a new technique.
|Been looking around that site.....did you see the card that used tombow markers and watercolor technique? Didn't see anything about technique.|
|Sorry guys, I left out a "g"! I'll try a link: |
When you get there, see where it says "Technique of the Month", then "TOM May: Iridescent Background". I'll try to include a shortcut, below.
Where is the card with tombow markers? And btw, what are tombow markers? I'm always hearing about them but never looked into it...
Here is a link that might be useful: stamping forum iridescent card examples
|How exciting! I can't wait to try it! Thanks Lia.|
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