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Dust off those crimpers everyone! I am so happy to show you how you can create your very own corrugate. Yes, most of you may call it cardboard, I understand.
The possibilities are endless, great for all paper artists. In these samples I have used a lot of scrapbook paper and spray inks, but you can use any paper and any medium. I painted the blue sample with some acrylic paint.
Here is the technique:
If you have a youtube account, I would love it if you uploaded a video response to link to my vid. If not, please link your picture in the comments, I would love to see what you create!
Much LOVE xo
I recently used some "corrugate" on a journal page but since I'm too unorganized to possibly find my crimper I had to rip layers off a piece of a box. I'll post a link.ReplyDelete
Thanks for all the inspiration Paula!
Here's the link to my blog post:
Thanks Paula--This is great!! Now I just have to find my crimper!!ReplyDelete
Great idea! I never would have thought of it!ReplyDelete
ooh awesome, we have a crimper.... i might have to break it out!! great video xxxReplyDelete
I have a crimper, too, somewhere...I'd have to dig it out. Once, years ago, I left the crimper out on my desk and came back to find my young sons had crimped EVERY single paper on my desk...including the stack of bills. lol!ReplyDelete
Interesting blog. I followed. Come check out my blog sometime. :)ReplyDelete
PS...love your tutorial, looks cool!ReplyDelete
This is such a cool look. My mind is spinning with the possibilities. Thanks, Paula.ReplyDelete
I don't have a crimper, but I've been saving those Starbuck's hot drink sleeves to use for the same purpose, and they also make great textural stamps for ink or paint.ReplyDelete
this is excellent thanks for sharing all these fantastic ideas and inspiration..will have a go at this and link back to you soonReplyDelete
Love the look, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Some of us were in Seattle many years ago and make a journal with "corrugated" cardboard. We used printed tissue papers, gluing and pushing them between the "corrugated" valleys. I remember we had to get a cab and go somewhere to get something before we could finish it and of course it was at night. I am sure we were there for a convention and/or classes but can't remember exactly what. Try the tissue paper, it's fun/ReplyDelete