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Club Scrap is challenging its members to create their own Shibori artwork with tissue papers. This Japanese dye technique uses different folds and twists to create patterns on cloth. Today I'm playing with re-inkers and tissue paper. Julie gives a great tutorial on the Club Scrap blog.
 
Using the re-inkers I had on hand and folded tissue paper, I created these background Shibori panels. 
I then adhered the tissue to manila tags using bookbinding glue to make the panels more sturdy.
Time to create cards with the gorgeous panels.
 
This blue panel was created using Color Burst powders dissolved in alcohol.


If you'd like to join the challenge for a chance to win a Club Scrap gift certificate, enter your artwork via the Linky party on the website. 


 
 


Comments

  1. Wow, the tissue, tags, cards . . . it all turned out so cool!

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  2. Awesome tissue paper creations!

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  3. I love how you made the tags and then featured them on cards! Fabulous!

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  4. So pretty! I love the variety of backgrounds this technique gives. I really like how you embellished these to give these cards a special look.

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