Using Dye-na-Flow on paper
  • I just purchased the Dye-na-Flow Exciter Pack at a Scrapbook Expo. I’m a new scrapbooker and my initial intention was to create my own ribbon designs for my pages, since the vendor was using it on dollies & such. I noticed that the description of Dye-na-Flow Exciter Pack also states it may be used on paper, but she had not used it in that manner. I have browsed the website, but did not notice any helpful hints listed for using it as such. :confused: Can I just brush or sponge it on? Do I need a specific type of paper or will cardstock suffice? Do I heat set it? Is it acid-free?



    I’m really looking forward to playing & experimenting with my new find!!

  • Hi,

    DNF is a flowable acrylic. Use it on paper that is at least 80lbs such as Bristol or cardstock or watercolor paper and it will be fine. Just like using any waterbased medium lighter weight papers will buckle if they get too wet.

    Celia