Col­or­ing Laz­er­tran

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The whitish cast of the Laz­er­tran­ran is ideal for mut­ing back text pa­per, per, but it also pro­vides a per­fect sur­face rface for col­or­ing. You can add color ei­ther be­fore or af­ter you soak thehe Laz­er­tran, depend­ing on the ef­fec­tect you want.

For a spritzed back­ground or stamped im­ages, color your Laz­er­tran sheet be­fore you soakk it. Never fear, Dis­tress mark­ers and ink won’t come off in the wa­ter as long as they’re com­pletely dry be­fore soak­ing (Photos 8, 9 and 10).

You can also color the piece af­ter you soak it and ad­here it to pa­per. This is a great way to en­hance col­ors on your photo or to de­fine im­ages. Justt wait un­til the glue has dried, then use your mark­ers right on the pic­ture. Spec­trum Noir or Copic® al­co­hol ink mark­ers are two great choices, since they’re de­signed to work on non­porous sur­faces (Photo 11).

Inspired? Grab some photos or stamps, a pan of wa­ter and get ready to add fab­u­lous di­men­sion to your cards! •

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