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Hey hello guys
I recently stumbled upon this intriguing pudding packaging, and I'm absolutely baffled by the paper used and the print technique involved. 🤔
The texture and design seem so unique, and I can't quite put my finger on it. Is it some kind of specialty paper or a particular print technique that's commonly used in Japan?
I thought this would be the perfect place to ask for your expertise. Do any of you have any insights or ideas about the paper type and print technique used in this packaging? Maybe you've come across something similar before or have some knowledge to share.
Your input would be greatly appreciated! 🇯🇵✉️🍰
I'm playing around with making cards (like trading, playing) and was thinking about spraying this with a glossy/shiny coating.
I've looked around at options...tried some crystal gloss coat spray paint I have which pretty much had 0 effect positive or negative....looked at things like Mod Podge or fixent (sp?)..but figured...let's ask some people who actually know stuff. :D
Is there something that will give a nice gloss coat to ink art on cardstock? I know I can't get something like a professional coating this way, but maybe something kinda nice?
(side note to this, I saw a listing for mod podge iridescent , which in my minds eye, would be neat, but again, wondering if people actually know)
EDIT: a day and no comments... is there a better sub to post this in?
Vintage Halloween Ephemera Book & Printable
Such an awesome box of goodies for paper crafting
Ik it looks messy and smushed bcs i used tape and it’s slightly crumpled