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Old 10-27-2008, 09:18 AM   #81  
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Back with a paper-tole card using what was left of my napkin from earlier .
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Copy paper = text weight...some thin paper just used to protect your iron.

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Yeah, that was sooo fun and easy...now I'm going to be scalping paper napkins wherever I go! LOL

I did use saran wrap...didn't have parchment paper! But it worked great!
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Hi everyone! I posted a video tutorial on my blog last month, demonstrating how to do this technique. Here is the link: http://www.michellesrubberroom.com/2...transfers.html

Another tip: Cheap plastic wrap works best. I use Target brand in my tutorial.
I followed your excellent tutorial...my little ones and I enjoyed watching it! They all wanted to try it, too Now that I have the napkin part, I'll be ready to make the card hopefully this afternoon!
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Parchment paper will not work for this technique. There is nothing on the parchment paper that would help adhere the napkin to it...kwim? Just want to clarify this in case someone is thinking of using it.

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Yeah, that was sooo fun and easy...now I'm going to be scalping paper napkins wherever I go! LOL

I did use saran wrap...didn't have parchment paper! But it worked great!
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Thanks for the great technique! I had not heard of this before. I used the plastic wrap version...just a store brand and it worked great. Here is my card...

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I have a drawer full of napkins! will search through it after work tonight!! fun technique!
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I will make commetns later! Some heavy duty house cleaning must be done!!

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I was so excited to find a use for the tin FULL of old, but too pretty to throw away, napkins. Darn if I don't have freezer paper. The wax paper gives you a lovely well-ironed napkin, well-ironed wax paper, and typing paper that looks greasy but no adhering takes place! I wonder if one could sprinkle a little heat and stick powder down on the wax paper or a white lunch sack before putting down the napkin? Too bad I don't have that either! I'll have to get some of that freezer paper soon! Thanks for the technique, Lynn.
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The wax paper won't work, and neither will the typing paper. The typing paper is only to protect your iron as you iron the freezer paper and napkin together. You wouldn't want any waxy stuff to get on your iron....and by waxy stuff, I'm not referring to wax paper, but the shiny surface on the reverse side of the freezer paper. does that make sense?


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I was so excited to find a use for the tin FULL of old, but too pretty to throw away, napkins. Darn if I don't have freezer paper. The wax paper gives you a lovely well-ironed napkin, well-ironed wax paper, and typing paper that looks greasy but no adhering takes place! I wonder if one could sprinkle a little heat and stick powder down on the wax paper or a white lunch sack before putting down the napkin? Too bad I don't have that either! I'll have to get some of that freezer paper soon! Thanks for the technique, Lynn.
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After viewing this gallery, I'll be stalking the dollar store for some pretty napkins and freezer paper. This looks so fun to do. I can't wait to try. Now let me think... do I own an iron? Ah, yeah, somewhere in the depths of the basement. What a reason to dig it out! Thanks Lynne for a new technique to try.
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This is a wonderful technique. I only had a white napkin...So I cuddled it. Thanks Lynn....

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What a great technique!!!
I didn't have butcher's paper so I used a piece of waxed paper to put the separated napkin against and brushed a gel medium (modge podge) over top. Once dry, I used a knife to slide under the napkin and lift it from the paper. The end result is nice and shiny.Here's my card:
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I have been waiting to use these napkins from my mom! They always seemed too nice to use for wiping faces So, now I have a new use for them and a reason to use my bold brights, which I don't often use....
When I was sewing the edges, one side got a little puckery; maybe it wasn't ironed quite enough...

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Here's mine. It needs lots of work. All I could think about was a nice fall card, and wouldn't ya know...I didn't have any fall napkins. Oh well, I tried, and I'll keep practicing. Thanks for looking!

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I don't think any store or grocery stores carry freezer paper in Canada...I've looked all over too for another technique a looooooooong time ago....I was printing on canvas material and needed to iron it on freezer paper so it would go through the printer...well hubby went to the butcher and got some from him...but I threw it out thinking I may never use it again...
I live in small town/rural Ontario and I found some Reynolds Freezer paper this morning at our local Zehr's supermarket. It comes in a roll of 18 inches wide and 50 feet long and if you didn't already have some and have to buy it, you'll never need to buy any again! The roll is that big!
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Here is mine. I ran it thru the Swiss Dots CB folder after I did the transfer.

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Here is mine...
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here's mine...thanks for looking...

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This is a great idea! I can't wait to try it!!!! (and I just gave away all my old first commnunion napkins, dang it!)
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Repeat.....Super fun challenge!


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Here's mine. I just had to play-- seemed like such a fun technique. I didn't have the freezer wrap and my other wrap didn't do so hot. Very fun, though-- I'd like to try it again!

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What a fun one this was. Thanks Lynn!

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Thanks, Lynn. This was fun. Here's mine: Forums at Splitcoaststampers.
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I have spend hours looking. These are each and every one fa-bu-lous! I cannot wait until I do mine tomorrow. I found out I had used all my freezer paper on my best patterns. I do that and then hang them on a skirt hanger.

Now, I need more!
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Here are two more that I made with a holiday napkin. TFL

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What a fabulous challenge, Lynn... Here's my card..
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Here it finally is:

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GREAT challenge, my first go at the technique!
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How fun! Luckily for me, my parents gave me a package of pork chops double-wrapped in freezer paper! And I've had the napkins for YEARS and never opened the package. So, here is my card: Forums at Splitcoaststampers Thanks for the challenge, and thanks for checking out my card.
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Great new technique! here is my napkin card! Forums at Splitcoaststampers
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This definitely sounds like something I would like to try!
Alas ... I'll need to buy the freezer paper & some cool napkins first.
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A interesting idea that I will have to try. I don't have any of the supplies but I'll look for it when I go shopping next. I really like the ones that everyone has done so far. TFS
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Wow, looks like a fun technique!

I have not bought freezer paper for years since I got a FoodSaver sealing machine thingy, got tired of freezer-burned meats! I will try and remember to snag some from my mom next time I visit, this goes on my to-do technique list!
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I used Saran Plastic wrap and it worked great. Thanks for the great challenge. I'm always looking for something new. Here's mine. TFL


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Try plastic bags. I just used my Price Chopper bag. I layered waxpaper, cardstock plastic bag (cut to size) napkin, and wax paper. It worked like a charm.

All the napkins have at least two layers. even though you may not think they do. If you iron the napkin first the layers will come apart very easy. Also if you go ahead and try without separating you get a lighter effect then you can use it again.

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I'll try to do a better job of listing upcoming supply lists without giving away the challenge. I think if you have decorative corner punches and cardstock, you're set to go with next week's challenge.
Thanks so much! And yes, I already have a decorative corner punch and CS, so I'm set for next week's challenge!
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