Casting paper


Michelle Ward posted the new crusade, and it is so inspiring AGAIN!! (HOW does she do that?!)

It is about casting paper. Ok, I never heard of that… LOL. But it is nice and easy. WIth toilet or tissue paper and some (bold) stamps you can JOIN. Do! I promiss you will have a lot of FUN! A blender makes even more fun.

To me, casting paper with the blender worked better. How do all the other folks keep the paper together without glue?? Anyway, this is how it turned out:

Although stamps work well, IF you can find some molds… Works great! These are flower molds.

Okay, I just addes tissue paper and water, so now you know I am not a great stamp cleaner LOL!

LOVE how it came out! (Off course I forgot to use a releaser, but luckily it did not stick to the mold)>

Used it in my America Holiday Journal immediately to add more depth to a page.

My daughters Denise (Princess) and her sister Muriel (Grace) in Disney World. The coloring of the casting paper is done with glimmer mist and distress inks. If you want to see more of our trip to Disney World, click here.


6 responses »

  1. Ziet er ook weer gaaf uit Hedwig !!
    Als je zin hebt om een kijkje op mijn blog te nemen staat daar een award op jou te wachten ( weet alleen niet of jij zoiets kan waarderen )
    Toch maar proberen dacht ik bij mezelf .
    Lieve groetjes Rini

  2. Hedwig – glad you had a great trip to Florida!
    I did the same thing you did – demoted my household blender to the studio, and got a new one for frosty drinks. Thanks for sharing your casting adventures! Cool to know it was your first time, another new trick!!

  3. The flower molds are great! I love how it looked with the uncleaned stamp. Those little hints of color look beautiful and delicate. You should just say you did it deliberately to get that effect!


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