Sometime early in the year, when I was remodeling my studio, I started converting all my photopolymer stamps to the envelope storage system, which has saved me a ton of space. You can read about it here. So someone told me that I could use Duralar to stick my cling stamps to inside these pockets. So, like a good little shopper, I bought tons of Duralar to get started.
But I bought the wrong kind.
I bought the opaque kind, which NOTHING sticks to. So now I had a ton of Duralar and no use for it. So for the past few weeks I've been obsessed with finding fun techniques for it.
Just to keep it real - a LOT of Duralar has gone in the trash.
But I did find two really fun things to do with it recently. One we are trying at my retreat.
The other was pretty simple - play with Adirondack alcohol inks on it.
Each color has a mind of its own and does unique things.
The side with the inks on it is somewhat sticky and textured where the inks got on top of each other. But when you flip it over and put it against white cardstock it looks pretty cool. So that's what I did.
This is for today's Challenge Chicks challenge by Kelli. It's a 3-2-1 challenge - we had to use three layers, two embellishments and one sentiment - no images. It's also for an upcoming Hope You Can Cling To Challenge that I can't reveal yet.
And speaking of unrevealed, the sentiment is also something that will be revealed on November 1, and it's something I really think will change the world.
How's THAT for a tease?