Anaglypta wallcovering is a paper that has the look of vintage tin ceiling tiles. The surface of the paper has a raised design done with some kind of foam application. The paper is meant to be painted and only comes in white. Surfing the blogging world the other day I landed on Michelle Ward's site and there I found a post she had written using Anaglypta paper as a printing block! Well, as soon as I completed my blogging journey I pulled out the Anaglypta I had in my studio and printed away! What fun and the results were really nice. I thought I would share this idea because it is a rather inexpensive way to get great looking backgrounds and collage material:) I simply painted acrylic paint on the surface with a brush and then printed on different colored card stock, vellum and acetate! If you have a wallpaper store close by, you might want to ask them for a sample of either anaglypta or superglypta and try it yourself:) Happy printing!