Faux Encaustic Wax and tutorial

How to use Wax Crayons, how to use crayola crayons, card ideas, 1

From the February 2013 Technique Junkie Newsletter comes Faux Encaustic Wax.  As luck would have it I did a similar tutorial several years ago which you can see here.

I hope I inspired you to try this technique.

Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by

Posted on : Apr 25 2013
Posted under ATC's |

7 People have left comments on this post

Apr 25, 2013 - 08:04:23
Patti J. said:

Beth, this is beautiful! One of the few techniques that I have never tried! Thanks for sharing, and congrats on your win at Impression Obsession!

Apr 26, 2013 - 02:04:26
Myoriah said:

Your card is gorgeous. Since I don’t have a craft iron I think your way is easier. Thanks for sharing your tutorial.

I have melted crayon shavings on embossed cardstock with my heat gun which was fun. I really want to try this. I only need a few more hours in the day. Can you wave your magic wand and grant me a few more hours please.

Apr 26, 2013 - 03:04:34
Maryann said:

Oh yes this is absolutely stunning Beth. I absolutely love this one. I tryed this too a few years ago, and it´s sooo much fun. I just didn´t want to get out in buying loads of more stuff again to do this, but it was really fun and it looks amazing, and yours are stunning hun.
Have a wonderful week-end ahead now.

Apr 26, 2013 - 07:04:04
Viv said:

Love your vibrant cards Beth. That stamp is gorgeous. I haven’t got any crayons, but I might try this with distress inks and a blending tool. Could work. Hugs Viv xxx

Apr 26, 2013 - 06:04:52
Terry said:

Beth, these cards are absolutely gorgeous! Love the images and vibrant colors! Enjoy the weekend!

Apr 28, 2013 - 06:04:09
Priscilla said:

Gorgeous ATCs. I haven’t tried this technique cause I
don’t want to wreck my iron. Gues I have to buy some heavy duty Foil because yours are stunning!

May 14, 2013 - 07:05:52
K Hutchinson said:

HOLY SMOKES,these are amazing! Love the look! THe colors are amazing! You are so talented!

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