Wildcard Wednesday – Black Ice Technique

You know some of these card making techniques have strange names.  This one is called Black Ice but to be honest (and I do go on about this in the video) I don’t think it looks literally like black ice.  I have seen black ice and the problem with black ice is that you can’t really see it…it should really be called invisible ice but here in Canada we just call it “dangerous road conditions” and leave it at that. Anyway, rant over…here is a weirdly named technique that makes foil look just so much more interesting.  Enjoy the video, products are below in case you need something and don’t forget to download the brand new 2nd Release Sale-a-bration Reward Brochure.  There is a whole bunch of fun rewards to choose from.

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