Whenever we learn new techniques we then use it to make ATC's to swap at the next meeting.
Here are some that I did over the weekend but this time I was able to get more design-pattern-movement- call it what you want but I was able to create better scene type things.
Instead of putting the crayon on the "foil covered iron" and then plonking the iron onto the cardstock like I was shown in the demo-------
I put the crayon onto the "foil covered iron" and then turned the iron up so that the bottom plate was facing upwards and then I moved the card over the iron which allowed me to see where the colour was going.
I love the top middle one because I can see a house in the distance (no I haven't been drinking)-- and in the middle one on the bottom row in the pink section at the back I can see Leonardo da Vinci
Can you see anything hidden in them.
(If you click on the picture it will enlarge it so you can see a bigger view.)
I have made 14 of them and they will be swapped on Tuesday at our next meeting.