A few years ago, it was so popular using plastic overlays. These days, the overlays seems to have been forgotten in Norway. I came over a sale on Rayher overlays at my local craft shop, and wanted to have a go on using them again. This ended up as an article written for The papercrafting.
The photo was taken in New York a few years back, and edited i Photoshop.
I have used an overlay from Rayher, and papers from Studiolight's new Industrial 2.0 collection (from Scrappehjertet). This collection is full of fantastic rustic patterns. I have also used dies from the same collection - Nr. 67, 68 og 70 and stamps: Nr 254. I have also used a stencil with numbers from Tim Holtz and StazOn, since StazOn is fantastic to use on plastic.
I have also used Prima's Amelia Rose flowers - Scribbles, an old car charm and "choose to shine" text from TIm Holtz.
Holding the layout over a different background, you should see the effect of the overlay.
Does anyone else have thos overlays in the craft stash and want to start using them?