I've been wanting to to do the crayon resist technique again and finally got to today. I decided to do a full 8.5 x 11" sheet so I could cut it up and make multiple cards from it. First you stamp on white glossy cardstock, then you colour over some of your image in white crayon. Then you sponge your colours over top. When you're finished sponging, you rub with a kleenex and all the areas you crayoned stay the glossy white. Unfortunately, Sydney woke up in the middle so I only got 2 cards actually completed, but the rest are sitting all ready to be assembled. The colours came from today's Splitcoast colour combination challenge - cameo coral, choc. chip, and certainly celery.
Great crayon resist! Welcome to the world of blogs.
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