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July 07, 2009



Those are beautiful samples and this is too funny because I was just recently looking for instructions on this technique, you give by far the best explanation.

Gloria Probert

I have heard of this technique before but you make it sound so easy that now I have to try it. Your samples are awesome. TFS

Lucy Bankhead-Kidd

New to stamping so I love this tutorial. Keep up the good work

peggy lacktorin

JUST AMAZING!! Can't wait to try this!!!

Angela R.

omword, this is so cool!!! i MUST try it out! thanks!

Lori McCroskey

OH MY GOODNESS! I saw this card on SCS and had to find out how you did it immediately! I'm a few days behind on reading! LOVE IT!!!!

Dana Bincer

I, too, have seen and read about this technique and have never tried it. Your photos are stunning. I am always interested in trying new things (or is it that I get bored of the same old techniques). Regardless, your tutorial was fantastic! I will have to break out the dust old iron and give it a try.

Mel M. M. M.

Amazing tutorial! I absolute LOVE your examples. That wood look is surreal!!! I find you can get some really neat effects by folding the wax paper too. (Even just crumpling it & folding it with/without embossing is fun. An accordion fold rocks.) Thanks for the stunning inspiration! :O) WOW!

Gloria Dojlido

Oh my goodness. How fabulous is this tutorial. Can't wait to give it a try. TFS....


Wow, this is so cool. I have never seen this done before. Thanks for showing us.

Linda Beeson

WOW! I have heard of that before but have yet to try it. Your steps and examples are perfect!

Chrissy Bower

awesome! Going to try this today!!

Melissa Cash

Great tutorial! Here's a tip for getting two pieces of glossy done at one time.

After you have embossed wax paper w/bug, layer this way: glossy face up, wax paper, a 2nd piece of glossy face down and then your scrap paper. After you iron, you will have the positive and negative of the embossed image.

Michelle Adams

Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

Andrea Walford

Great technique! You make it seem worth the work!! Your cards are lovely!

Nancy Grant

So cool!!! I'll have to get an iron and some wax paper!


I can't wait to try this! Thanks for sharing all these amazing techniques all the time. I have learned so much here!

Debbie Fisher

I used to wad up wax paper and then iron on glossy. It's been a LONG time! Thank you for the reminder of this technique and sharing how to use it with embossing folders.

Susan Paulson

This is one that I really like a lot! That "wood" looks so real!


You make this look so easy! I can't wait to try it as it adds so much of a textured look to the background.

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