And if you spread your adhesive over the top of your vintage papers as well as underneath, you're going to create a resist whether that was your intention or not.
Marilyn drove up from Myrtle Beach to play and was such a good sport. We'd had a play date a few months ago down there, but being a guinea pig is totally different from being another creative spirit at a beach house for a weekend of play.
I didn't intend to give them Distress pads, but at the last minute I decided to see what would happen since I always have someone show up in my classes with those, even though I ask them to bring dye-based pads.
And while I'm supposed to be clever, I never thought to turn things on a diagonal. Leave it to Michele to surprise me every time.
If you're planning to be at Stampfest/Orlando in 2 weeks, I hope you've signed up for this class. Or if you're joining me for a bit of fun at Stampaway in August.
Come back tomorrow to see glimpses of my accordion book of tags, a technique class that's filling up fast for Stampfest. It'll be another bit of chaos with great results.