RE: [Marbling] using stencils, and or multiple layers
- Sandy: how do you remove the rubber cement? and I presume when you use the freezer paper you cut out the shape and then iron it on, correct? and iron after to remove the wax? thanks, Ann
sandy <sandy@...> wrote:
Try rubber cement or a trick that quilters use. Iron the plastic side of
freezer paper (found in your local grociery store) to your sheet and
peel it off after marbling
Longing for more control I was experimenting with cutting my own
stencils out of
printer paper and gluing them onto the sheet before it is
Does anyone have any suggestions about glue mixtures that
would hold to the surface enough to get straight lines, but weak
enough so I could eventually take the stencil off
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- Hi Ann,
I took a class with Galen Berry and he used something that now that I
have reread my notes is not rubber cement but "Liquid Frisket". Do a
Google and see what comes up.
As to the freezer paper it has no wax. There is a very thin plastic
coating on one side of the paper that when ironed to paper or fabric
sticks lightly. It peels off very easily. Just don't touch your iron to
the plastic side or you could ruin your iron. And again yes, you cut the
freezer paper in the shape you want and iron it to whatever you are
From: Ann Lederer [mailto:alederer@...]
Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2003 8:53 AM
Subject: RE: [Marbling] using stencils, and or multiple layers
Sandy: how do you remove the rubber cement? and I presume when you use
the freezer paper you cut out the shape and then iron it on, correct?
and iron after to remove the wax? thanks, Ann