Hello! Shawna here from TheGrandStampede
showing you how you can dye your texture paste and use it for stenciling. It adds wonderful texture and color to any card.. Here it is! Enjoy!
|1. Modeling/Texturing paste, re-inkers, and cardstock|
will get you started.
|2. Add a couple of drops to a non pourous|
surface. I like to keep the color close to the droplet
to make sure I am getting the correct color.
|3. Get your favorite stencil and lay it over your CS|
and adhere it down to the table or portable surface.
|4. Mix your paste with the re-inkers and start spreading|
it around with a knife or, in my case, a popsicle sticks
all over your CS
|5. When you have covered the CS with paste CAREFULLY|
peel the stencil back and see your result.
|6. When you are finished with your tools|
clean them ASAP or they will gunk up.
|The finished background full of texture and loaded with color.|
|Finally decided what sentiment stamp to use. I swear sometimes|
the longest time is picking out a sentiment.
|The leaves on the dark background paper is|
|Added just a bit more detail to the card.|
Take care all and we are so looking forward to see what you will create using texture and colour.
Thank you for stopping by House of Cards Challenge Blog today! Group 5 is sharing their creations with you today for our current challenge...
To create a card using Texture and/or colours
Until then, Happy crafting!