The fun thing is--if you get too much of one color in a certain area, all you have to do is add a different color. The second color drop will displace the first color. That is why you see the colors so clearly and there's blending of colors into a new color. Once completed, I let the sheet dry overnight. It seems to take a while to dry completely.
Now that we have this fun paper, what to do with it? Here's a couple of my ideas. I used a portion as a card background. I adhered it to white cardstock so the color would show. I adhered the clear paper very well, in the center only so there would be no glue lines showing on the card.
Another fun thing to do with this decorated cardstock is to stamp ON it. In this case, I stamped up this cute bear on Neenah classic white solar crest paper and color it with copic markers. Then I stamped the same image on my decorated clear paper. I cut out the heart and adhered it to my bear with a glue pen (carefully on the edges so you can't see the glue);
This card also uses beautiful sparkly gold paper, see a detail image of it below. This paper really shines in the light. It's amazing! The name is called "Gold Sparkle"
Project Materials: Paper (Paper Temptress- Clear sheet, Neenah Classic White Solar Crest, Black Felt Grandee, Gold Sparkle); Rubber Stamp (CC Designs); Ink (Memento); Color (Copic Markers);