Stampin' Up!'s Specialty Papers
In my live video recorded on February 21st, I talked about using Stampin' Up!'s white specialty papers for an alcohol technique. I was disappointed that some of the papers didn't react as I expect. Here is what I discovered.
I had expected and hoped that the Mother of Pearl Specialty paper in the January-June 2022 mini catalog would react to the Polished Stone technique like the now retired Glossy paper did. Sadly, the re-inker mixed with 91% isopropyl alcohol did not dry on the Mother of Pearl paper. It stayed wet so long that after my video, I added clear embossing powder and used my heat tool on it. It muted the colors and I'd hope for a bright, vibrant background. Lesson learned.
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