The Challenge at "Less is More" this week is to use a Sticker, Sticky Label or Peel Off!
When I first started crafting, I didn't have a die cutting machine and thought that Peel Offs were the Bee's Knees. I have to admit that over the years my opinion has changed but being a squirrel, I still have the odd supplies of them. Here I decided to use a few...but in disguise!
For this one I used a Peel Off of a snowflake within a frame, to act as a mask.
Having gently stuck it down, I inked the card with Versamark and heat embossed it with some WOW twinkly EP. I then removed the Peel off to re-use for a similar process.
The sentiment was die cut and then inked and embossed similarly.
Again I used a Peel Off as a mask and inked a rainbow of colours using sponge daubers. I then stamped a few random dots over the top and embossed in silver, finally removing the Peel Off.
The balloon was die cut using holographic wrapping paper attached to a piece of card for stiffening. The string is from a Memory Box thread die. This postage style rectangle is also from a Memory Box die.
For this final one I once more used a Peel Off as a mask. As the sails were open, I masked that area within the Peel Off with Elmers Rubber Cement, then inked the sky with a Blending brush over a die cut cloud which I moved around as I was inking. The sea was also applied with a blending brush. When dry I rubbed off the cement.
The sentiment is from Paper Smooches.
I don't think I could have used the Peel Off in its original state...what was I thinking when I bought this sheet!
I can't see me using a lilac and gold Peel Off an any project anytime soon (not as is anyway)!