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Old 09-01-2016, 02:12 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by maria116 View Post
OK, HELP! I'm not sure just how I'm supposed to do this. I used watercolor paper and sprayed it with water before putting the flowers on it. When I ran it through my big shot I mostly had an oozy mess. Some of the flowers and leaves I tried worked a little better than others, but I'm not very excited about any of my results. I couldn't find a tutorial on this technique, unless I wasn't searching correctly. Should I be using watercolor or regular cardstock? Should I not wet the paper first?
I don't think you need the added water...most flowers have plenty of moisture. If you put a paper towel below your paper when you run it through the die-cutting machine, it should absorb a lot of the moisture and give you a better impression. Because of the moisture, it's probably best to use water-color paper.
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