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A Technique Toolbox Share

Hi everyone!  I’m back today sharing a fun experiment I did with one of the transfer techniques from Claudine Hellmuth’s Technique Toolbox class at Big Picture Classes.

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If you’ve seen my last post you may recognize this as my photo from the Rue de Bretagne layout.  I enlarged it on a laser copier in black and white.   Then I used Claudine’s awesome transfer technique to transfer it to patterned paper that I had first toned down with a thin layer of gesso.  I just love how the polka dotted paper shows through, especially in the sky. 

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We are now in the last week of the class.  It is amazing how fast five weeks can go by.  And I am amazed how much information Claudine manages to put in her classes.   I am grateful for all the techniques she has taught, that I can refer to at any time, but I have to say I am stuck on this transfer technique!  There are so many possibilties!!!  I actually have plans for this transfer….it will appear in my next Paris layout!

Supplies:  Patterned paper: My Mind’s Eye; Gesso, Muti-Medium in matte and glossy: Claudine Hellmuth Studio; Other: black and white laser copy.  

Thanks so much for stopping by and I’ll see ya next week with a new Paris layout!!

xo, Evie

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9 responses »

  1. Very cool effect on the photo’s!

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  2. Oooo, I love the look of this!

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  3. that is such a cool looking technique Evie!

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  4. very, very cool!! Love the look!!!

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  5. Very cool, love the look of this 🙂

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