Friday, August 12, 2016

Freezer Paper Watercolours..


Happy Friday!! I am looking forward to a nice quiet weekend at my desk and a birthday dinner of a good friend.

Recently a friend asked me to make her a batch of these cards -

I thought - oh wow I haven't played with this technique in a while..

So I went to town and made TONS of them..these are only a few of them..

Super easy to do.

1) die-cut freezer paper shiny side down
2) Iron on to your watercolour card-stock (I cover with a sheet of printer paper to prevent any marks on the card-stock)
3) add a little bit of water to your paper
4) add colours around the freezer paper words, keep the paper reasonably wet, but not too much.
5) dry with a heat tool and freezer paper will lift and you can peel-off.

Try it, if you don't have freezer paper like this and you are UK based, message me and I'll mail you a piece :)


Supplies used:
Lawn Fawn - Scripty Love and Thanks Dies
Distress Inks - Multiple colours
Neat & Tangled - Awesome dies and stamps
Winnie & Walter - Birthday die


  1. I love these freezer paper things, you introduced me to them last year and I confess I forgot about them entirely! You have inspired me man x

  2. Beautiful cards--what a great technique!

  3. Oh wow, these look amazing! Not got a clue what freezer paper is - is it a waxed paper type thing? Hope you enjoyed your friend's birthday celebration and that you haven't got a hangover this morning! Cara x


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