Hello! It?s Lisa with a technique video and project for you today.Â This is my first video, so you?ll have to kindly overlook any clunky and less than smooth transitions.
Today?s technique is using freezer paper to create a mask.Â This is such a simple technique and is a great way to stretch your supplies. Let?s gather our supplies and get moving!
This technique is super simple.Â Here?s the run-down:
1) Die-cut your shapes from freezer paper.
2) Place the freezer paper shiny side down on your watercolor paper.
3) Using a warm iron, press into place.Â Do not add water or steam to the iron.Â Be sure to protect your work surface.
4) Watercolor as you normally would.Â I used Peerless watercolors here.
5) Allow your project to dry or gently heat-set.
6) Use your heat gun to heat around each freezer paper mask to lift from your paper.
7) Trim the paper panel to size and complete your card as usual.
Drop me a note if this technique inspired you. Are there any techniques you?d love to learn or see in video format?Â I?d love to hear from you!
Thanks for visiting!
Supplies used: Freezer paper from C. Jenkins Company; Classic Crest solar white 110# cardstock from Neenah Paper Inc.; Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Paper from Ranger Industries; black licorice Pop-Tone paper from French Paper Co.;Â Nicholson’s Peerless watercolors from Creative Mode;Â 4mm clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh; Lacy Flowers die set (#310055) from Waffle Flower Crafts; Many Thanks die fromÂ Ellen Hutson; Corner Chomper from We R Memory Keepers; 1/2-inchÂ flat brush from Silver Brush Limited; Wagner embossing heat tool from Hero Arts; Big Shot die cutting machine, Standard Magnetic Platform for Wafer-Thin Dies andÂ Standard Cutting Pads from Sizzix; adhesive foam tape fromÂ 3M.