Get it, like Febreeze the neutralizer spray. Oh boy, I need to get out more often. Anyway, enough goofiness, Jen's challenge was to faux create so I did a faux vellum technique that my friend stmpnqueen148 taught me using light colored copy paper, baby oil and a heat gun. It takes some time to dry but it's a good way to get vellum in a variety of colors using this technique. I also used a faux eyelet on the larger Prima type flower. And the Magenta sponge bkgrd stamp is kind of faux sponging since I stamped it instead.
Date: Friday, June 9, 2006 GMT Views: 538
Faux heavens sakes Joni--this is the cat's meow for sure!! From here this definitely looks like a piece of colored vellum (and I'll bet is smells great too)--what a great technique. This is definitely cool and fabreezy!
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