For lack of a better term, I've been calling this the "crumpled vellum" technique for a card. A sideline showed this to me at our last gathering. Self-explainatory - crumple vellum, then DTP with your classic ink and let it dry. If you use a heat gun to speed up dry time, remember, smoke is bad. ;-) It's so fast and EASY but gives a fun look, especially with multiple colors.
Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2006 GMT Views: 639
Registered: July 30, 2005 Location: Kansas Posts: 1043
Sat, Jan 14, 2006 @ 6:53 PM
What a pretty effect you got! I'll have to give this a try. Never can have too many ideas for vellum...One question, did you lay it flat after crumpling to do the DTP or did you try it while it was wadded up?
Registered: July 28, 2004 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 2305
Sun, Jan 15, 2006 @ 7:03 AM
I smoothed it out after I crumpled and then did the DTP. For this card, I did Bravo Burgundy on one side then after it dried, flipped it over to do the Handsome Hunter so the colors wouldn't mix together and get yucky. If you have a really light touch you could probably do both on the same side, but I didn't want to chance it. Then I attached it BB side up, you can see the HH is a little bit less vivid since its on the back.