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« Reply #10 on: August 30, 2005 08:32:27 PM »

Now that the challenge is over, just wanted to say thanks to al the people who voted for me, someone thought i was the bestm and that makes me feel uber special..

and thanks for all the lovely comments, ill definitly be the one non-drunk person on zefrank as soon as i figure out if i get a free sticker or something, so be expecting it..\

and possibly the continuation of the toilet paper creative usage series.. not sure about that though..
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« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2005 12:47:13 AM »

Hiya,  just a continuation on my last message to you really..........i saw a piece somewhere ages ago, about tie-dye effect tissue using kitchen paper.  They dampened it first, then used a dropper to drip various colours of ink onto it.  As the paper was wet, it had a really beautiful "bleeding" effect.  The other one I saw on "Art Attack" only a few weeks ago, with a wet-wipe being used instead of a tissue.  He pulled it up from the middle of the sheet, so it draped, and put a small elastic band around the middle, so it looked like a long pleated finger, then used normal felt tips to colour all the tops of the creases.  When he took the elastic band off and opened it all out, it had a really pretty starburst effect coming from the centre of the sheet......really pretty!!!  I suppose this could be used as scrapbooking/card embellishing paper or similar...and each one would always be unique!!!    Hope these tips help to keep you motivated, and that you get your sticker in the end Grin
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