I was extremely excited to try Scrapbooking Attitude by Craft Attitude because I had read and seen so many projects using it. I do recommend reading all directions before starting a project with a new product.
After reading the directions on how to handle the paper and what side is the “printing” side, I decided I wanted to test to see exactly what other mediums could be used with this product. I cut the a sheet into 2” x 2” squares, careful not to damage the “printing side” of the paper.
I used a variety of items – Pigma Micron pens, Sharpie pens, Bic Mark-it pens, Distress Ink, Staz-on Ink – and had fun experimenting. (I discovered that Prismacolor colored pencils do not work on this product). Why did I do this, as opposed to the use-as-directed method at first? I knew the paper worked with an inkjet printer but I wanted to know what else I could do with it. When I purchase a product, I am looking for versatility. I want to know what other things can I do with a product before I purchase an item; I personally am not a fan of “one item one use.” Continue Reading →