This technique uses wax paper and a Cuttlebug to create a resist like design. I don't use my wax paper very much, in fact I don't have a clue when I even bought my roll but if I wanted to give it a guess it would be about 18 years ago... apparently it still works, at least when used for crafts :) The age of the wax paper is probably why the pattern is not as detailed as I would have liked.
I used a mix of Memento Desert Sand and Antique Linen Distress ink to get the varied color, the detail was light but still visible. I made the second layer a little darker than the first.
I used mix of Rhubarb Stalk, Potter's Clay, Dandelion and Rich Cocoa added to the stamp to created the blend of colours for the tall wildflower image. I create some embellishments with a circle punch and fussy cut flowers, I added some gems for a little bit of sparkle. I finished with a simple small sentiment in the corner.
Stop by Barb and Judy's blogs to see what projects they have created using this same technique. StampTV has many wonderful ideas as well.
Supplies: Natural Ivory and brown card stock, Stacy Stamps-Solid wildflower, The Stamps of Life -
minis4circles, mini daisy, gems, misc punches, embossing folder, wax paper.