Here is my example of a "less traditional" way to use mulberry. This is batiking . . . at least I think that is what it is called. I stamped the mulberry paper in versamark, embossed it in clear, use reinker, water and an aquabrush to cover the mulberry paper in a certainly celery shade, then I ironed out the clear emboss onto paper. Then, I ran the mulberry piece through my xyron and stuck it onto some barly banana, trimmed it and used it on my card.
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2006 GMT Views: 786