Tuesday, February 09, 2016

More Citra Solv & NatGeo Fun!

These gorgeous papers are the impressive result of not very much effort! All you need is some Citra Solv Cleaner/Degreaser and a National Geographic magazine.


Check out these awesome results:








5 comments:

Mary W said...

Awesome is right. I have my bottle ready to go and you've spurred me to get busy. I may lay some objects under the pack like keys, money, etc. just to see. Great experiment - thanks.

Rita said...

I don't think I'd want to try that in my apartment building or people would probably complain the the office about the smell--LOL! Always fascinated when you do this. Sounds like it works better outdoors though. ;)

Linda D. said...

I haven't tried this, however, I just purchased the ebook from your link on YT and decided to give it a try. Thank you for the inspiration. Your pages are wonderful.

Cheryl Johnson said...

I have wanted to use citrisolv for sometime now. Just have to order it at Amazon and go to the thrift store and find the oldest Nat'l Geo I can find. It may have been you who said, the ink and paper of the older magazines work particularly well, however, it is difficult to find them. Can't wait to try it cuz I am putting the solvent on my "wish list" for my Hunny to find.

Shannon Green said...

Cheryl, you don't need an old NatGeo. The one I used in the video was 3 months old and it worked great.