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January 7, 2016

Looking Back - Peggy Oliver! Dryer Sheet Magic!

 Peggy Oliver has wowed us again! Who would have even considered it! A dryer sheet for a great project!  Thank you so much Peggy!


Hi! Peggy here to show you how I used a wet wipe for my substrate in this fun project.

Supplies used today are:

  • Ebrush by Craftwell
  •  Markers
  • White Gesso
  • Inks (honestly were just wiped off my craft sheet)
  • Wet Wipe or similar (Dryer Sheet/Paper Towel)
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Stencils
  • Printer
  • Painters Tape
  • Copy Paper
  • Image to print
  • Printer

  I started with a dried dirty, inky, wet wipe to which I applied white gesso and let dry before adding any color.

I brought out a few stencils and using a sponge I applied acrylic paint to the numbers on my stencil and onto my wipe.  Next I played with my Ebrush and the stencils. I have a great sunburst stencil that I used in conjunction with my Spectrum Noir Markers in OR1

The last step I did was tape my art down with painters tape to a 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper and feed it through my laser printer. I chose a flower/butterfly theme for my image as my colors screamed garden. I also used a black and white image for contrast. 

whalla my mini project! I love it! I am planning to adhere this to a canvas in the near future so I can admire my work. I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial and I encourage you to try out the Ebrush from Craftwell on your next mixed media project!


1 comment :

  1. That is very nice. I have not tried wet wipes, but I use old dryer sheets to make flowers. Works great.


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