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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Dryer Sheet Technique


I am helping with crafts in VBS this week and I have had little time to make anything new. We have over 200 kids times 5 days that comes to one million projects!!! (Okay my math is a little off but that is what it feels like!!!)
This card was made with a used dryer sheet!! Isn't it fabulous??? We made this card in stamp club last month using the retired in-colors, Pacific Point, Riding Hood Red, and Kiwi Kiss. It is a simple technique. Stamp your images, spray with spray adhesive, place the dryer sheet on the adhesive, trim, and sprinkle Dazzling Diamonds on top!! As they say, "an oldie but goody!" I definitely need some more of those corduroy buttons in current colors-I really love them!!
Off to cut out 2 million fans, 3 million stars and 4 million flowers!!!!!! Thank goodnes for the Big Shot!!!!!!!

9 comments:

Rosa Youschak said...

Wonderful! I love that technique. I have to admit my creations haven't turned out that spectacular! TFS!!

Jackie said...

Your card came out so nice Rhonda...I love it!!!

stampinwithsteph said...

Great technique, I am gonna have to try it out.

Kathleen said...

What a great card. I have never tried this technique. I'll have to try it soon. TFS!

Lois said...

Love your card Rhonda. I've never tried the dryer sheet, but now I need to get with it and try it out.
TFS

MONICA GALE said...

WOWEEEE! Now you see I have been stamping for a loooong time and I have never come across this technique, it looks fabulous thanks for sharing. Good luck with all that cutting
M xxx

Lynzart said...

I can't believe that's a dryer sheet. That is so cool...er...warm...er permanent press...? Anyway, I love it.

Maria (Inky Stamper) said...

i've never done this technique. i understand it is really easy yet every time people see cards with it, they just love how it looks. this turned out great!

Lisa Trombitas - www.stampwithlisat.com said...

Rhonda, you're blowing me away! Love the sparklies on this card - what a fun technique. Think I bough some of this spray adhesive a long time ago & never used it - off to search!

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