Scenting your papercraft

July 10, 2017

Hello again. Just a quick tip for you in this post. If you fancy scenting or fragrancing your cards or other papercraft products there is a super simple way to do it which lasts longer than spritzing with your perfume... and leaves more of your perfume for you of course.


Just take a fragranced wax melt and rub it onto your paper or card stock back side only and be sure it's not going to touch whatever you have inside so it's best to do this on a mat or layer or even on a mat and layered tag. We make melts so always have some lying around and use an odd mis-shaped melt add a little something extra.


The only thing you need to be careful of is that you do not apply wax where you wish to apply your adhesive as you may have problems getting it to stick. So if you're using pads or dimensionals apply these first and then give your card a little rub with the wax melt. 


That's all. It's so simple and it is really lovely to open an envelope and get a gentle waft of fragrance.


Thanks for dropping in and definitely tell me how you fragrance your cards and papercraft.


Andrea x



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