With the one shown above, I covered the entire page (taken from Elle magazine) with a thin coat of CitraSolv concentrate, and used the large-size bubble wrap, pressing it well into the solution. Then I just let it sit overnight!
Here's one, below, made with bubble wrap with smaller bubbles, and a page from Lucky magazine.
|Is this one your favorite too?|
Next, I used plastic wrap, pushing and shoving it
into big wrinkles on the solution. See below.
|This one was done with a page from Bazaar.|
Finally, I had a bottle of the blue school glue (it's washable), and I used it as a mask or a resist, let it dry overnight, and then rubbed with a CitraSolv-soaked cloth to remove the ink that wasn't protected. See above.
There's a section with examples of CitraSolv papers in the book, Creating Decorative Paper.
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