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Old 03-31-2016, 08:25 AM   #1
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Good morning, everybody - and happy Monday to you all.
We have a slight technical hitch with Kelly Jean's challenge so here is the one that was scheduled for next week.
I thought we'd try something a little different today! Let's have a go at paper casting - or paper moulding.

You will need to allow some drying time for this before you can complete your card - but I speeded mine up considerably by sitting the paper on my heater.


All you will need is some water, a stamp with a well-defined design but not too much fine detail, and a few sheets of toilet paper or kitchen towel. I'm taking the kitchen towel on faith from reading up - mine is too heavily textured and coloured to try with.
Moisten 4 or 5 layers of toilet paper, it should be wet but not dripping. Lay them over your stamp, tear the edges to make it a suitable size, and press them down over it, making sure to press it well into all the stamp details. Remove carefully and allow to dry; obviously if it's not over-wet it will dry faster!

Here's a video you can watch: it's long, but the first five minutes is all you need. I didn't stamp mine afterwards. I did try stamping with a stamp inked with markers, but personally didn't like the look I got. Feel free to try it




Here's a link to our TLC582 Paper Casting gallery

Here's my card: TLC582 Playful Paper Petals

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Darn those pesky hitches! Thx for jumping in to save the day !!! This looks like an interesting challenge! Everyone be on the lookout for next week's "Pencil Me In" TLC
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Cute! I thought you were going to tell us to get our blenders out for this one!! I have never heard of doing paper casting with paper towel or T.P. Fun!
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I have mine drying - I did one in paper towels and one in TP -- we shall see if it turns out! Sounds like a lot of fun Sabrina!!
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I actually tried this technique a few years ago and it turned out pretty cool! I probably won't have time to play today but thought I'd provide another example...as you can see I colored mine..


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There's a typo in the gallery link Sabrina (it has 583 rather than 582).

I should probably try this again - mine have always fallen apart when I've done it in the past (spray starch seems to help keep it stuck together when it's dry)!
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There's a typo in the gallery link Sabrina (it has 583 rather than 582).

I should probably try this again - mine have always fallen apart when I've done it in the past (spray starch seems to help keep it stuck together when it's dry)!


Thanks, Joanne. I thought I'd got all the dates and keywords etc changed. I know I did the gallery too...but maybe that was when the WiFi connection dropped on the bus coming home from work and then I missed it second time round.


Hmm, I made 3 samples about three weeks ago and they have all held together no problem. I messed one up colouring it, and the other one is still on my desk waiting to be used. I think my spray starch is buried so far down in the ironing basket that I'd have trouble finding it.
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Polly, that's fab!! What did you colour him with? I tried a green frog, but made too much of a mess to use him on anything.


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I think I used copics for the Frankenstein and maybe a sharpie to outline the mummy....
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Looks like fun! Never heard of paper casting before so I will be giving this a try! Thanks sabrina!
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Here is my card :
not exactly according to the instructions (as all the layers came apart ...). I don't give up easily, but this one just did not work out for me ...
TLC582 A cup of coffee by niki1 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
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Mine is dry. I am working on a layout for it now. Very fun technique. I was a little bit disappointed when I tore the edges to get rid of the surrounding toilet paper, as it lost a bit of the starchiness but the technique worked well!! Will be back as soon as it's done and photographed!

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I made two in case I failed! They are both still drying. Someone mentioned starch. I just got a can the other day so I was thinking of trying it. Do you think I should spray both sides, and should I spray before I color it?
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Great challenge to-day Sabrina. Here is my effort
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I made two in case I failed! They are both still drying. Someone mentioned starch. I just got a can the other day so I was thinking of trying it. Do you think I should spray both sides, and should I spray before I color it?
I don't know, Kathy. Niki mentioned that hers peeled apart, but I had no trouble at all with the three trial pieces I made. Maybe not all toilet paper is equal!! I dont buy the luxury brands. I don't think I'd spray before colouring, if you do try it.
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Maybe I'll try it on the one I'm least likely to use.
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Sounds like a plan to me, Kathy.


I was on the phone to my dad when I typed the first response to you, so I couldn't type too much. I think if you sprayed with starch first, it would make a coating which would affect applying the colour. I can't decided whether it would make the paper more or less absorbent!!
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I thought this through a bit more. Wet starch will wet the paper again. I probably should have sprayed it at the beginning if I planned to use starch. I did spray it lightly now, but maybe not enough to help because I didn't want to totally mess it up. Mine is still drying. I just put it on the window sill since the sun is bright. Its taking too long to dry for my short attention span! LOL
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Well, I had another go at this technique. I wasn't happy with my first one... trash can. Second one I posted with the cupcake.... not happy with it and as it sat on my desk the glue I used to adhere it to the card made it lose all it's detail. I photographed it before the glue completely dried, once it dried it just looked like a napkin on a tag. So... you can guess where that tag is now....Now I am a little bit stubborn and I hate giving up. So I tried it a third time. What I learned...
1. Mine were extremely fragile. The less I touched it the better.
2. Make sure it completely dry before moving it.
3. Try tearing the tissue before starting so you move it less.
4. There are also 2 side one that is embossed and one that is debossed. The debossed ones held the definition a little better.
5. Use stamps that don't have a lot of detail. More open images worked better.
6. Pearls, lace, ribbon, and burlap can make any card pretty. (Even with toilet paper on it)
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Mine is up!!!! I love how it turned out! Thanks Sabrina for a great technique challenge. I hope I made sense on my description. I will edit later....I made three cards today and I never do that so I have pushed my time limit and now everyone is home with lots of commotion.

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I have several drying now!! What I have found is that the stamps with the foam backing, in other words the ones that are thicker, give the best impressions.

Tried a fern and the detail was not as good as I would have like it to be.

Found on one site that you could also use a heat gun to speed the drying up.
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I made some on TP some on papertowel - ALL the ones on towel fell apart when dry but I am determined to make some of these work!
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Tried working with my butterflies first . . . .Papercasting (for me) at hour 6 has gone full blown NIGHTMARE
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I have now been at this challenge a full 8 hours . . .and I'm afraid it will haunt me in my dreams tonight. Still not real happy with the results - BUT - at least I tried something new!
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A few other facts as I have been researching this technique:

Spray any type of mists, on before you wet the toilet paper, on the side facing the stamp.

Cut your shape out before you stamp, and don't add the water to close to the edge.

Work with a clean stamp or you have bleeding.

Need to gently remove any excess, or you will pull away the impression.

May stamp with color over the dry image, line up with a MISTI but do not push too hard.
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I have one other paper casting to finish but here is the first one which I have joined with the FS challenge from Sunday for Barbara and with the CAS challenge for today as well.
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A few other facts as I have been researching this technique:

Spray any type of mists, on before you wet the toilet paper, on the side facing the stamp.

Cut your shape out before you stamp, and don't add the water to close to the edge.

Work with a clean stamp or you have bleeding.

Need to gently remove any excess, or you will pull away the impression.

May stamp with color over the dry image, line up with a MISTI but do not push too hard.


Well, personally I wet my whole stack of 5 sheets of paper totally, and tore it to size while on the stamp - it worked OK for me!


But that may help others. It would be hard to get as good a torn effect unless you tore while damp, but for a clean outline it would be great.
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Just a suggestion for those having trouble adhering the paper casting - have you tried glue dots? Might work...
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After reading Ann's post, I realized I forgot the kitchen towel step!
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Kitchen towel step? I think it's bedtime, I've read both Ann's posts twice and I don't see it.

I'm also surprised that some of you are finding them fragile. My unfinished pieces were in the litter on my desk for almost a month before I finally made that flower card a week ago, so they got thrown around a bit and sat in piles without being any the worse for it.


Oh well - I know I have had my own Waterloo challenges (water stamping!! salted backgrounds come to mind straight off...and I see other people producing gorgeous examples of both), so my apologies and sympathy to those for whom this was a struggle.
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Some sites have you use a kitchen towel to try the stamp off after applying the water, others suggest using paper towels to help remove some of the water.

I used a towel and then a heat gun on one to see if it helped.

Never use water based glue on the toilet paper, another fact I found and forgot to mention!

Ok, I am done with this for a while, I love to search for information, LOL must be the genealogist in me!!
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You're not missing anything, Sabrina. She didn't say kitchen towel, she said to remove excess water, which I saw in the video. The person in the video used a kitchen towel. And don't be sorry....we can't grow if we aren't stretched!
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I used up half a roll of toilet paper trying to accomplish this challenge so . . . . my last try at this - definitely not my best work and my brain is now totally fried !!! I'm guessing paper Casting is NOT the medium I should be working in -LOL
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I tried this technique years ago, and the instructions I used said to use diluted PVA glue to moisten the layers .... wasn't very kind to my stamps even though I washed it off immediately., so it is good to know it works with just water
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Sabrina- I just had to give this one a try

Here is my TP Paper Cast card
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Thanks again for being so creative and stretching us to go outside of our "box" - oops! another pun that was not intended - lol!! Hugs, sweet friend!
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I'm not sure about this. Mine took 2 days to dry, but the humidity has been 100% here. i have another piece I might try later, but here is my first attempt..

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Old 04-19-2016, 07:22 PM   #39
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Well, my friends, it is with much trepidation that I share my wrinkled paper card to the paper casting challenge gallery. So many participants made beautiful cards with this technique. Me, well, I struggled!
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Old 04-20-2016, 08:12 AM   #40
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Well for a challenge that caused me so much angst . . .here I go again . . . I found one of Monday's castings laying on the window sill this morning. since I grew up in hard times we were well taught "waste not, want not" so here is my 4th attempt at a paper casting card.

TLC582 Winter Casting by bubblestx4 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

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