Wax Paper Resist with Colorful Seasons

Today I have a quick and easy card using the Wax Paper Resist Technique.


  • Find out how to do the Wax Paper Resist technique here.
    • The panel used here is the second background created with the Swirls & Curls Embossing Folder. See the other one here.
  • Use the slope die from In the Woods Dies to cut the panel and attach to the top of a Thick Whisper White card base.
  • Die cut some leaves from the In the Woods Dies using Basic Gray cardstock.
  • Punch some sprigs with the Sprig Punch using Basic Gray cardstock.
  • Stamp sentiment from Colorful Seasons in the lower left hand corner of the card front then add the leaves and sprigs.
  • Supplies:
    • Stamp Set: Colorful Seasons
    • Cardstock: Thick Whisper White, Whisper White, Basic Gray
    • Ink: Basic Gray, Coastal Cabana
    • Accessories: In the Woods Dies, Sprig Punch, Wax Paper
  • For the inside and envelope …

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  1. Hi Mal. That would not give the same effect. The wax paper is the old fashioned lunch paper and the heat of the iron transfers the wax embossed image onto the cardstock. I bought myself a minicraft iron (about $20 from Spotlight).


  2. Annette, dont have iron but what about if you put cardstock then lunch paper and then cardstock into embossing folder and run thru Big Shot – would that work??? ??wax paper – is that the old fashioned lunch paper or the modern baking paper we line our baking trays with??

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