I had forgotten, that is, until I rediscovered runny, wet lines on accident. Yes, through accident and laziness, I discovered how to transfer lines onto a Snoopy card that I made for my niece's birthday. I had inked the edges of the card with Distress Ink, but I thought that the green turned out too dark. I didn't want to start over, so I spritzed the card with water and stuck it between the pages of a notebook for a quick dry while I worked on something else.
Well, when I pulled the card out of the notebook, there was some green left, but I had also added blue lines. I apologize, but I did not snap a pic of the card, but I have made this tutorial for you.
I made some journaling cards, inked with Distress Ink, then spritzed with water.
I then applied the journaling cards to various back-to-school supplies.
This is my notebook which led me to my happy accident.
Sorry for opening your graph paper, dear daughter. Not really, because I bought it and promise to buy you more when you begin doing rise over run in math.
The Graph Composition notebook was a transfer loser!
Here is a peek at how my final journaling card looked.
It's not a very bold technique, but I think it adds a bit of depth to the journaling card. Come back tomorrow to see my reveal for The Paper Mixing Bowl! Until tomorrow!