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Yummy color combination! I posted mine!


Great spin on this technique!! I have a mini craft iron that I purchase at my local craft store--flat, non-stick, no holes bottom--that would be perfect for this technique. I'll have to give it a try.


Oh wow, how awesome. I've seen the encaustic wax technique before but you are so clever to think of using the crayons. Beautiful card.


This is beautiful Carole-anne Love the card and want to try the techniques -- but first I need an iron - I'm not sure that I want to use the one that I use for sewing/quilting!!! It wouldn't be pretty!
Thanks for the great tutorial.

Patrice Herrera

Wow what a cool twist on this technique. I like the fact that you used SU products. Thanks for that. Now to get a flat iron...... Have a great weekend Carole'Anne

Darla Benson

You are so brave to try this new technique! I read about it when the Weekly Inkling came out, but I just couldn't wrap my head arounf it. You made it look so easy! I love that you found a way to substitute SU supplies!


Oh this card is so beautiful!

Colett R

Very neat technique ... I guess it's a good plan to have a 'designated' iron! Unless we step it up a little on hubby's shirt ... hummmm. Your design team is doing some awesome stuff as well!

Sage Kimble

Great card. I wonder about you sometimes, Carole'Anne. What won't you try next to get a unique background technique!!

christina d

It's a really pretty card and I love the technique.

Tammy Jackson

Beautiful!You are so smart my friend. You always show us new and different things.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE your new design team. I visited every one of them.
Don't forget my pic of Max tomorrow. : )
Big HUG to you and belly rubs to my furry friends.


Neat technique.

Sharon L

So I'm lookin at my iron. How often do I iron, you ask? Not! I'm thinkin I need to add this to my inventory. I'll do it! If Hubby asks, I'll say CaroleAnne and Max made me!!! Hee hee!
Sharon L and Tessa

Carey Rogers

This is great. You are such an inventor. You little Einstein you. Thanks for spending the long time it took to make this for us. You are so ingenious and smart and cute. Did that make you feel good? Good, I was trying. I miss Sandi and hope she is having a wonderful time. Roscoe says hi to the fur kids.

Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

Cynthia Stevenson

Cool technique - I'll have to give it a try.
Love the finished project!

Nancy Dawson

Too Funny... I have a place bookmarked to try using the crayons to melt with the iron! So now, even more a challenge... thax for the inspiration. Love your card Nancy

Robbie Rubala

Oh, I love this technique. Going to go buy a cheap iron so I can do this. I have the watercolor crayons and hardly ever use them as I don't know all they can do. Can't wait to see your convention swaps!


Roberta Fieth-Bond

I love the card. I have that stamp set and never use it much. Now I will drag it out with the crayons and iron. Fun weekend ahead for me since hubby will be working.

Chris in CO.

Love the card, it's great. (do you remember taking your old crayons when you were a child and holding them against a hot light bulb?)

Darla Benson

Mr Linky????

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