Click on HOME to see most recent posts!

Place a Stampin' Up order with me and get a
FREE TUTORIAL OF YOUR CHOICE for every $50 that you spend!

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Dryer Sheet Fall Leaves


Here is my card where I used a dryer sheet to make the leaves! I have seen this technique used for snow so I need to try that too, but Fall first!

Here is how you do this:
I started with a more mustard piece of card stock and sponged Cherry Cobbler ink randomly across it. I did the same thing with Always Artichoke ink for the green leaves.


I then covered the paper with glue stick and stuck down a used dryer sheet. I put this through my Big Shot using the Leaves #2 die and cut out four maple leaves.


I then sponged a little more ink over the tops of them so they would be a little bit brighter and still have the texture of the dryer sheet.


While the glue was still a little wet I sprinkled dazzling diamonds over the top. the dazzling diamonds stick into the dryer sheet pretty good and make it look really nice.


I can't wait to try some more things using this technique in different ways!

5 comments:

Carey said...

I just found the technique I am going to teach at my stamp club (non SU). Thanks for the wonderful inspiration.

Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

Geneva Chapin said...

What a great idea! I haven't seen this before! It's wonderful. Saw it on LNS - Thanks for sharing!

Dale Morin said...

Beautiful. I am going to have to try this.

Sarah said...

I love the technique used on the leaves! Very Cool!

Queen Bea Scraps said...

Lynn I just love your projects. Thank you so much for sharing for FREE the wonderful cards you make.
Now I want to try this too.

Related Posts with Thumbnails