I had fun playing with this challenge. For this first card, I embossed the wax paper in the Dots embossing folder. I ironed it on glossy paper after stamping the Aster floral image. I colored the image with Ranger Distress markers- same colors as the ink plus green Shabby Shutters. I added the Pink Ranger Distress Inks with a sponge.
On my 2nd card, I tried something different. I cut out a Joy Crafts die and also crumpled up a 'strip' of wax paper. I placed both on the glossy cardstock and ironed them on after stamping the image. I sponged on Purple Distress inks. How fun, huh? I added some glitz with a Sakura Stardust Gelly Roll pen and Rhinestones colored with a Copic marker.
Aster floral image HERE
Especially for You sentiment HERE
In Her Easter Bonnet Silhouette image HERE
Spots Embossing Folder HERE
Ranger Distress Ink- HERE Pinks: Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick; Purples: Dusty Concord and Milled Lavender.
Ranger Distress Markers HERE
Coordinations Cardstock- HERE Pink: Heartfelt and Purple: Purple Majesty and Izmir Purple.
Memento Tuxedo Black ink HERE
Double Line Tape HERE
Joy Crafts French Lilly Corner Die HERE
Cheery Lynn Dancing Doily Lace border Die (purple card) HERE
Sakura Stardust Glitter Gelly Roll Pen HERE
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Your cards turned out amazing, love the purple one.
What a fun technique with beautiful results. Love how you stamped he image first and then did the wax resist. Both cards look great.
Beautiful cards - the backgrounds are sensational.
These are absolutely gorgeous, Shelly! I especially like the colors of that first one :)
Wow, Shell, these are stunning! What a fun technique - you always have the best cards and the best techniques to showcase! How fun it would be to stamp with you :)
Two beautiful cards, Shelly! Love how you handle different techniques and end up with such wonderful results! :^)
Love both of your designs. Two unique uses of the wax resist technique. I love the added stitching and large ribbon on the flower card and how you used the die cuts on the second card.
Hi Shelly! ooo, such pretty pretty cards! Love em both *Ü* Hope all is well. Have a great weekend!
These are gorgeous, Shelly! Love the muted colors. I don't think I've tried wax paper resist before. Looks like fun!
Both are beautiful cards!! Love your use of the technique on both. Will have to try it sometime with an embossing folder, how fun!
Love them both, very pretty cards.
what gorgeous cards,love the effect that technique gives,its so pretty
Thanks for joining us at MIM and good luck
Very pretty cards!! I love them both too!! Awesome job!!
Beautiful work on these... love this technique!!! I saw your card at MIM and came for a closer look!
What a lovely technique! Your two creations are simply gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with us! *Ü*
Oh these are adorable! I'm no good at this technique but you have inspired me to try again (-:
Jumps off the page at MIM xx
Great cards! Shelly you always show the best techniques! I have to try this one!
so pretty Shelly! Fun to see the silhouette card and how you used the tatted lace border die! I purchased it some time ago and still have yet to use it! TFS!
fantastic work Shelley we cant get wax paper over here but sure love the method am wondering if I waxed up my embossing folders, with a candle end, then embossed with them what would happen..
Such lovely cards both of them hard to pick a winner :D
God bless and thanks for popping over - Shaz.xx
PS YES you must show us your desk for WOYWW..be brave :D hugs.
hey girl! these are gorgeous! i love the flower. i have NEVER tried this technique. truth be told, i have no patience. but i'm glad you do it because you do it so well.
yeah, rain, sleet, snow mix here today. sheesh. spring is officially wed. i'll believe it when i see it.
Both cards are very pretty great fun technique with beautiful results.
Best Regards diane
Both cards are sooo fabulous, Shelly...I just love this technique and I can't wait to give it a try!!!!!
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