Friday, June 29, 2012

Dryer Sheet Technique

A day late but here are the cards we made at this weeks Technique Tuesday class.  The dryer sheet is a fun technique and who knew you could make something so cute out of something you would normally throw away!?!

Dryer Sheet Technique:  cut your desired shape out of a dryer sheet.  To color the dryer sheet, I filled one of Stampin' Up!'s new Stampin' Spritzer almost to the top with water then added 13 drops of Melon Mambo ink refill for the watermelon and Pumpkin Pie ink refill for the flower.  Then, I placed the dryer sheet shapes on wax paper and spritzed them until they were covered.  Then, I blotted them in paper towels and let them sit until they were dry.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks for stopping by! 


  1. Hello Jill, just wanted you to know that I cased your card and did put your name and blog on my blog. Hope you did not mind as I loved this card. It was for a challenge this week at SU Latenightstampers. My post will go live tomorrow morning at 5am eastern. You do beautiful work.

    1. I'm so glad you were inspired by this card! Your card is beautiful and I love the color you used. Thanks for mentioning my name on your blog.

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    1. Thanks Karen! I hope you are inspired to create your own. You will find it's a very easy technique.


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