I was recently playing around with using Citra Solv to alter National Geographic pages, and discovered a new favorite technique.
I heated it with a heat gun until shiny, and then, once it had cooled, sprayed it with Citra Solv along with the pages before and after it, just as I normally would.
When I opened up the magazine minutes later, I found a lovely surprise! The Citra Solv turns the embossing into a flaky substance that can be brushed away from the page, leaving a very cool stencil effect. The facing page was also very cool, and even the page after showed a hint of the stencil design.
Definitely a keeper, and a technique I shared with my latest Citra Solv workshop!
Good job, Andi!