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Old 11-03-2009, 06:31 AM   #1
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Question Cottonelle Toilet Paper Technique?

I saw a technique to use the cottonelle toilet paper as a background it looks like faux corduroy but I have no idea where I saw it. I think it was on someone's blog. Does anyone have a link for it?
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Hi Barbara, I saw this in Scrap and Stamp Arts, December 2009 issue. Here is the site addy for the magazine.

http://www.scottpublications.com/ssa/

Hope this helps. It does look interesting.

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One other thing, the article is by Gina K. Maybe she would have something on her forum on SCS?

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Thanks I'm going to check it out. I did check StampTV and found nothing. I'll check out Gin K's forum.
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This so intrigues me! I have an artist friends who does layers of t/p and stamps to emboss...I would like to see it if you find it! T/P is a fascinating medium I have come to learn! And cheap to boot!
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It uses Cottonelle Ultra tp and I think a brayer, maybe I'll go that way and check out ways to use a brayer. It was really cool and of course I had used all my "ultra" tp, it's really heavy and has ridges. One of the ladies in the Technique class I go to has it I'll see if she will share. Wal-Mart just had the tp on sale for $3.97 in Canada.
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found it gina k has it listed under her faux snake skin

http://stamptv.ning.com/video/faux-snake-skin

also it is not toilet paper it is paper towel hope this is the one you were looking for

it was fun finding it now i want to try it lol

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There's a project on this blog: Krafty Kandi Krafts. She says she saw Gina's article in Scrap and Stamp Arts. It sounds like you literally just apply ink with a brayer and it's just the texture of the TP that's creating the corduroy effect.

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