TLC919 = double stamped vellum. You can find the tutorial here.
After I embossed the bare trees on the front, the leaves were stamped on the back. Dried very carefully with a heat gun using Kevlar gloves and holding the panel in the air. (I was impatient. ) : ) It's a lovely technique. I also learned to use a lighter weight vellum so the other colors show through.
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Tue, Oct 04, 2022 @ 10:02 AM
Favourited - it's absolutely beautiful. I admire your bravery in heat setting the inks on the back, I was afraid of overheating my white on the front, so I just factored a couple of hours drying time in to be on the safe side. Funny, I actually used my thickest vellum and found it worked quite well, though I did think about what ink colours I chose for the back.