By Jeanne Dideriksen.
Here, here is a delicious new technique, which we have named shadow pressure. We use it to get some more “was”, So more depth on our layouts and art journaling.
To make a shadow print the following materials are used:
Paper – It can be ordinary carton (for best results it should be in a darker shade than white) or pattern paper.
Fog – Art, brand and whether it is homemade is subordinate. I have used a clear mist made from water and perfect pearls, to show one result, but colored mist can easily be used., expression becomes just another – play with it.
Gesso or modeling paste – They give each its expression, and gessoen is easiest to work with and it goes faster, but both types can be used.
Template / skabelon / stencil / mask – One can easily make your own using. saks, punch, big shot or Silhouette.
Plastic card or putty knife
This should end up looking something like this. I've been back over my design sometimes, in order to make the outline whiter, but with a little finger skill, one can easily make the transition smoother and more delicate.
How come my final LO. look the. My shadow pressure has been a layer of itself, so I have on the way “saved” my pattern paper. In addition to, and over the, I've lost through a cake towel, to give the impression of the two additional layers..
If you have any questions about the process, so feel free to contact me via the forum or including.