This technique has been on my "to-try" list for a very long time. I'm not sure what took me so long to getting around to trying it because it is so easy. Like ridiculously easy... but it creates such a stunning result that can be varied depending on what you do with your wax paper.
There are several tutorials on how to use this technique, I used the one from Splitcoast Stampers which has been in my favorites for a very long time. I simply crumbled my wax paper, uncrumbled it, crumbled it again, and repeated it a third time before layering it on my glossy cardstock and applying heat.
I used Momento's Sweet Plum ink to ink over the glossy cardstock, and then wiped off the excess ink with a baby wipe. I LOVE how this turned out. I can't wait to try this technique using my embossing folders... and maybe alcohol ink!
That floral image is called Dahilia, I colored it using ProMarkers and added black glitter enamel dots to the center of each bloom. I masked off the "Thank You" portion of one of the sentiments from the A Gift of Friendship stamp set, and stamped it in black ink and popped the panel up using foam tape.
Now I want to tackle some of the other techniques on my "to-try" list. What's your favorite card making or stamping technique?