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Ranger Ink - Dina Wakley Media - Collage Paper - 7.5 x 10 - Elements - 20 Pack
Ranger Ink - Dina Wakley Media - Collage Paper - 7.5 x 10 - Elements - 20 Pack

  • Ranger Ink - Dina Wakley Media - Collage Paper - 7.5 x 10 - Elements - 20 Pack
  • Ranger Ink - Dina Wakley Media - Collage Paper - 7.5 x 10 - Elements - 20 Pack

Ranger Ink - Dina Wakley Media - Collage Paper - 7.5 x 10 - Elements - 20 Pack

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This 20 pack of Dina Wakley Media collage paper is designed for Ranger Ink. This package includes 10 printed pages and 10 plain pages of tissue paper. The printed tissue paper is perfect for collaging mixed media projects and journaling. The plain tissue paper gives you a chance to spark your own creativity. ...  Full Description & Details
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This 20 pack of Dina Wakley Media collage paper is designed for Ranger Ink. This package includes 10 printed pages and 10 plain pages of tissue paper. The printed tissue paper is perfect for collaging mixed media projects and journaling. The plain tissue paper gives you a chance to spark your own creativity. These papers measure 7.5" x 10".  

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7.5" x 10"
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20
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ri-mda74908
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789541074908
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  • How do you use these? Can you do a tutorial?   By: Ltelford1334 (20-Nov-21) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • They're on very thin tissue paper so what I plan to do is create a colorful background, then, with gel medium, glue it down. Put another layer of gel medium on top - let dry at least an hour and then, if I want, add more layers. I've found that the gel medium eliminates a lot of the "white" of the tissue paper so it becomes rather transparent. OR you could put the tissue paper on tin foil or other non absorbent material -- and paint it with watercolors or watered down acrylics... THEN glue over another surface. You might want to experiment painting front or back. I think painting the back would be interesting!! Good luck. here's a link to a tutuorial ---------- https://www.google.com/search?client=avast-a-1&q=youtube.comyoutube&oq=youtube.comyoutube&aqs=avast..69i57.8674j0j7&ie=UTF-8 By: BLUEchair (21-Nov-21) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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