You can't see it in my scan, however, the white background has a textured look and feel to it. This card is very pretty irl. I think this is the name of the stamp set, but I am not sure.
Date: Monday, January 8, 2007 GMT Views: 1079
Stamps: Watercolor Minis?
Paper: Rose red, Always artichoke, and whisper white
Ink: Rose red and Always artichoke
Accessories: Pewter hph, white narrow organdy ribbon, tissue paper and Saran Wrap
Techniques: don't know what the name of this technique is, but here is how it works: Stamp your image onto a piece of tissue paper. Crumble up tissue paper and smooth it out a bit. Next on an ironing board, layer Brown paper,( so stuff doesn't stick to ironing boa
Registered: June 11, 2005 Location: Indiana Posts: 167
Mon, Jan 08, 2007 @ 1:50 PM
Thank you for the compliments. After the ironing is completed, remove the brown paper, slowly, to be sure plastic did not stick to it. Then just trim the cardstock piece to the size you need. The brown paper is mainly there to protect your ironing board and iron from getting plastic stuck to it. Hope this helps. Have fun!