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! •