This is kind of a "Faux Tile Meets Dryer Sheet" technique. I start with the dryer sheet technique (glitter on the dryer sheet that covers the xyroned image), but then I apply clear EP so the image isn't so "fuzzy." I ended up with three layers of EP, adding a little more glitter as needed. It produces kind of a bumpy, glittery glazed tile effect. The front panel is on dimensionals.
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Registered: December 30, 2004 Location: Where ever I go...there I am! Posts: 63898
Mon, Nov 28, 2005 @ 5:40 AM
Linda, this is positively gorgeous, I love sunflowers and this is sure one of the greatest cards Iíve seen using them. Thanks for sharing and I think I better get into your gallery today and see what else youíve been doing.
Registered: March 25, 2004 Location: New Bedford, Mass. Posts: 4937
Mon, Nov 28, 2005 @ 5:48 AM
Awesome!! So very gorgeous!!! I love yellow and this is stunning! I am not aware of the technique you described, could you possible pm me and give me the instructions or where to find them? I love this whole unique, creative, gorgeous card!!
Registered: October 25, 2004 Location: Southern Oregon Coast Posts: 17460
Mon, Nov 28, 2005 @ 12:51 PM
Linda, everything about this is so special, including that little bit of Paisley peeking out. You've really taken the dryer sheet thing to the next level, too. I also love how you tied on the ribbons, love the Leafy Glade background (wish I had it--you know, background addiction), love how you make every card so extraordinary! Thanks for the "treasure"!