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Unread 05-16-2005, 06:04 AM   #1
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Default Technique Lovers Challenge #12

Please be sure to put TLC12 in the keywords sections when you post your card to the gallery, and come back here and post a link to it so we can all see it! If you need some help uploading to the gallery or posting a link, check out this thread....
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This week's technique is the Hot Card technique! Last week or so WendyH posted a few cards using this technique and they are sensational!! I pm'ed her and she graciously shared the link where she found the instructions. Check out one of three of her cards using the "hot card" technique here:

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Isn't that just awesome??

Here is the website with the directions: http://www.learn2stamp.com/technique...niques34.shtml

Basically, you stamp on tissue paper, wad it up and smooth it out. On a surface that you can iron on, layer a piece of parchment paper, a piece of cardstock, a piece of plastic wrap, the tissue layer, and finally another piece of parchment paper. Use a hot iron to melt the plastic, which acts as the glue to hold the tissue paper in place. Let cool a second, then you can use the cardstock/plastic/tissue paper layer as a background. The parchment paper is simply to protect your work surface and your iron so that it doesn't melt and stick to your table or the iron and is not part of the finished product.

Parchment paper, which is used for lining cookie sheets when baking to prevent sticking, can be found in the baking aisle of most grocery stores, or in plastic wrap, wax paper, aluminum foil aisle of discount stores and some dollar stores. I have not tried this, but I would think that you could also use the thick brown paper from a grocery bag as a substitute if you can't find the parchment paper.

Wendy, thanks again for sharing your secrets with us!
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Wow, Beth! This sounds fun! I am going to try this later today.
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Very cool! I very reading about this on the Technique Junkies yahoogroup and haven't gotten around to trying it. Thanks for another great challenge, Beth!

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Cool I've been reading about it on other groups too and was so confused But actually the instructions you linked to are super easy!!

But of course I have questions. Do you stamp on the tissue paper before or after ironing? Or does it matter?

Does the cardstock color show thru? Meaning- on your card Beth is your tissuepaper green or it white and then placed on green cardstock and that's where the color comes from?

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Jodi,

The link I gave you is for WENDY's card, not mine, as much as I wish it was

You can stamp before or after the ironing part...of course you will get different results. If you use white tissue paper, I would think that colored cardstock would show through but be more muted (like with vellum). Or you could try it with colored tissue paper.

Experiment and let us know!
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Thanks Beth for this challenge. This one I jumped right in and made. My card is probably still pending approval. Enjoy!!!


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I think I will go make another one now.

You gotta try this!!!!
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OK, I knew there was a reason I was holding onto my iron that I replaced this weekend! It had started to kick out rust on me... which is not a happy thing w/ my work clothes! My DH was the one that mentioned that I should keep it on hand for projects (which amazes me every time he says something like that - he even brought me the plastic bin-things from his new big Craftsman tool tote since he wasn't going to use them the other day...) Now I just have to get all of the water out of it.

You may need to be patient waiting for my attempt - we're off to the CK Convention in Manchester on Thursday (woo-hoo! girls weekend!)

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Experiment and let us know!
And so I did I'll attach the pic of the results that I got!

The first part was that I used a paper grocery sack. I figure the directions say to use baking paper because the plastic wrap does stick to the paperbag. BUT saying that, if you don't have any baking paper I wouldn't run out to get some. Yes, it does stick but it's VERY easy to pull it off. I'm not getting any baking paper as the paper bag does the trick.

Top left is plain paper over colored cardstock to show how it mutes the CS.
Top middle is white tissue paper brayered blue, crumpled and then ironed.
Top right is white tissue paper crumbled, ironed, then brayered. Don't know how well the pic shows but it looks almost like wax resist except it's smaller.

Bottom left is stamp, crinkle, iron
bottom middle is crinkle, iron, stamp
bottom right is crinkle, stamp, iron

Of the bottom tries the stamp, crinkle, iron gives you the most clear image and the other two look almost the exact same and make the image "not so crisp". So depends on what you are going for on that one!
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Jodi, my stampin' friend, you ROCK! Thanks for experimenting and posting the differences! And thanks for checking out the paper bag theory for us, too!

Oh I wish I had time to stamp and play! We are moving next week and I have packers coming this Thursday to pack up the basement and my stampin' stuff (*sniff, sniff*) and next week we close, pack, load and move! And tomorrow is my twins' BD..they will be seven. Sunday was my anniv. too! (just made his card today...bad wife!)

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Beth, you've got a lot going on!! Thanks for even posting these challenges for us


Also forgot to add - If you want to stamp then crinkle do NOT stamp and then immediately crinkle. The ink will transfer to other parts of the tissue paper it touches. Stamp and then wait a little bit for it to dry then crinkle
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Beth....you just rock. Let me tell you the three reasons why...

1) You post these cool challenges every week. I am learning so much.

2) This week's challenge involves ironing and I seriously needed to iron some clothes today, so now I really do have an excuse to pull out the ironing board.

3) I bought parchment paper about 4 years ago to bake some fish in parchment and never got around to it and now I have a reason to use the stupid paper!

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Hmmmmm. A new technique. Yes. Nice. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

Here I go!

Thanks for another tech challenge!!!
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So, I gotta try this one...good thing my iron has a non stick coating.

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Okay, well... I didn't have parchment paper, so I used aluminum foil (worked okay). and I don't have pastic wrap, I have press and seal (I broke up with plastic wrap a while ago and never looked back... love my press n seal). So I don't think I'm getting the proper results. Not happy with what I got. Threw it all away in disgust with myself. Lol! I guess I'm sitting this week out
Thanks for getting me off my non-stamping butt, though! and thanks for getting me motivated!

Good Luck ladies! can't wait to see what ya'll come up with!
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Here are three cards that I made using the hot card technique. They are so much fun to make. The technique is so simple and yet adds so much to a card. I made them the old-fashioned way with freezer paper.

I tried to make three different looks. What do you think?

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I'm looking forward to trying this one! Need to look to see if I have everything.
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they look amazing... but I gotta break out my IRON??

wipe off the dust.... I'll try to get Emily to do this tomorrow with me.. no need for both of us to have to dust off our irons
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You want me to IRON??????????????????? I haven't used my iron since I quit working in the "real world" 2 years ago....

Oh, okay... just for my SCS buds, I'll try it tomorrow...... Hey, then I can try the waxed paper resist too!

Good thing I finally got a brayer.
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I've never-ever heard of this and it looks COOL! Can't wait for a chance to play!

DARTTELLA--Can I mail you some plastic wrap??? We'd love to see what you come up with!!! )
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DARTTELLA--Can I mail you some plastic wrap??? We'd love to see what you come up with!!! )
Too funny, I was just thinking the same thing!!

Also, as someone posted above, they were going to do this the old way. I've heard of doing it this way but have never tried it before. The old way is ironing the tissue paper to freezer wrap paper (the stuff the butcher wraps meat cuts in) and then ironing the tissue paper to the freezer wrap. Like I said I haven't tried it this way but I do know that there are two different sides to the freezer wrap and I'm thinking that you need to iron the tissue paper to the more shiney side ?? Anyone know if this is correct?
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OK, so I couldn't wait. Here's my first attempt. This is a cool technique! Thanks, Beth!


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Ok, here's my first attempt. I think I want to play with this some more later, but here's what I did so far.

I lightly brayered the tissue paper with Sage Shadow, and then used cream cardstock. I'm not sure if my iron wasn't getting hot, but I had to leave the iron in one spot for about 30 sec to get the plastic to melt. Just running the iron over it would not work. After I did the whole technique, I stamped Canvas on it (that's when I thought about it). Unfortunately, you can't see the technique real well in the scan (darn lumpy cards don't scan well).

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LOL!!! Oh man, I'd feel so goofy if someone mailed plastic wrap to me. Not to mention the fact that my press n seal would get jealous!! Anyway... I'll ask my neighbor if they have some. Wait a second... can you use fusable webbing? You know, for sewing? The stuff, when ironed, stickes to other stuff. I'm gunna try it!!!
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Okay. I tried this yesterday. I didn't have clear plastic wrap (I am a sucker for the colored kind from Reynolds Wrap), so my results were probably vastly different than they would have been if I'd used clear. I did all my stamping after creating the hot card paper. I am going out today to buy clear wrap and look for patterned tissue paper. This was fun, and I want to try it again a different way. And, like someone mentioned earlier, I did have to iron for quite a while before the plastic wrap melted to the tissue.

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Okay! The fusible interfacing worked!!
So here's what I came up with.
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Now I have to find patterned tissue paper with real red, pink passion and summer sun!!!
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Liz, make your own! LOL

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I have had this technique at the top of my to try list, but just haven't had the time to try it. I am home with a sick boy today, so while he was sleeping finally had a chance. I am so glad you chose this for the TLC this week.
Oh by the way, I did the same thing as needsmorestamps!, using a brown paper bag instead and it worked great, didn't stick at all.

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I'm having a really hard time getting my plastic wrap to stick! Do you need a special kind?
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I searched for tissue paper that would also fit with this week's color combo of summer sun, real red, pink passion. I made several 'hot' backgrounds tonight but here's my very first 'hot card'. It combines TLC12 with CC10:

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Here's my try:


http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...p?photo=110252

I just love how this technique creates the texture!
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Dawn, you have to use a pretty hot iron and go over it slowly several times to get the plastic to melt/adhere.
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I love this technique! I'm going to have to experiment some more.

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I finally got around to making one. Neat technique, love the texture!

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Hmmm. I'm going to have to get some plastic wrap. I don't think that Glad Press 'n Seal will work the same! LOL!!

ETA: I am loving the cards though! Keep up the good work!
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I've always done this with freezer paper since I had microwavable plastic wrap. I always thought that the kind for the microwave would melt right. I've also heard that the plastic from your dry cleaning bags would work. What about the plastic bags from the grocery store?
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My 1st try at the Hot Card Technique. It was fun and easy. I did follow the exact instructions since I had all of the supplies. I crinkled the yellow tissue then melted onto the US White CS. I then stamped. Worked well. I am loving these tech. challenges. Thanks so much Beth. Nancy

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Unread 05-18-2005, 09:37 AM   #38
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My message should have said " I thought microwave plastic would NOT melt."
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OK, went and tried it using the plastic bag that my newspaper came in. It didn't quite have the bonding effect that I think we are looking for, but it did have a nice effect anyway. I'll have to try this again with real wrap sometime or maybe a drycleaner bag as suggested. It was fun and got my juices flowing.

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here's my attempt...

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