Milk and Milk Resist Techniques Workshop by Lisa Bebi
Wednesday September 30, 2009 12:00 PM
Got Milk? In Somerset Studio magazine, October 2007, Lisa authored a 4 page article on the wonders of using milk as your ink for your stamps to create a lovely resist. The results from stamping with milk are beautiful, subtle and dreamy-creamy. And No, there is no residual smell, stickiness or trouble with ants invading your cards afterward. You may simply stamp with milk and let it air dry and then color with a variety of pigment, or you can heat the stamped milk until it becomes caramelized to a toasty brown - then add pigment on top. Either way they are stunning. Cost $35.00
bring your heatgun - if you have one.