Friday 20 August 2010

Alice pages

Backgrounds created with Distress Inks using the Wrinkle Free Distress technique
My 8 pages (curling up a bit)

Close up of one page.
They have been mailed to the hostess who is making a Piano Hinge Book for each player.


Carol said...

Fun pages, love your backgrounds!

Ina Good said...

nice Carol! What group had the swap? I am looking for a new swap group and I love Alice and wonderland ...I just got some new Alice papers from graphic arts.. and from paper imaginery some alice collage sheets..I know I am too late to swap but still would like a group that does books and altered art after Creative Chaos left us. Hugs,Ina

Pat said...

Carol, just found your blog on ATT. I have enjoyed the tour, & will be back! Love your art!
Hugs, Pat Smith

Pat said...

I love the background! Just had to come back. I do that background, "sorta" but have no idea what the "wrinkle free" method is.

Hugs, Pat

Unknown said...

Wrinkle free is something I learned from Tim Holtz at Ranger U.
Swipe 3 colours of distress ink side by side on a craft sheet. Spritz with water till you see small beads of colour. Press your CS onto this but do not swish just press then flip over and heat set. When dry tap on the ink spots left on the craft mat. Keep heat setting in between the tapping.
Stop when you think it looks ok