do this, so I did and I have to say I'm very pleased with the results! A while ago Linda had a tutorial about how to remove colour from crepe paper http://lindajos.blogspot.com/2009/03/crepeing-back-in.html the logistics of which proved to be a tad difficult over here. Firstly our crepe paper is folded flat and secondly the colour took a long long time to come out leaving me with a waterlogged blob which I thought would never dry. Eventually, I worked out a way to carefully peel it apart and dry it in strips.And the tag swap, well now Linda, Nathalie, Carole and Patty, here's photographic proof I'm on the job, the Marie's are just formalising their travel documents and they'll be on their way!
You big meanie! LOL
Maries?????? Oh my gosh - I am going to be sooooooo in love with these. I can't stand it - hurry up! Your crepe paper doesn't come in rolls? Oh my! ha Mine did take forever to dry. Glad you did it.
Wow! Doesn't the crepe paper look so wonderfully aged!! Can't wait to see the whole piece of art once you have posted them out!!!
Marie's!!! Oh you teaser you, can't wait! You certainly soaked some lovely colors of crepe paper!
NO WAY! A Frenchified crepe paper creation? Oo la-la! I can't wait! Well, I can - no pressure, but you know what I mean! ha ha!
By the way, I placed my soggy blob on a heating vent/duct and the paper dried within hours.
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