Joy! Craft Challenge entry here
Hello. Welcome. I have been working on a texture paste technique that Leandra at PaperArtsy shared. Here's my take.......
I started with a pale blue card base and added a generous layer of Fresco Finish Limelight. I wanted a bright spring piece. Then I coloured some texture paste with various acrylic paints and applied them through Tando Creatives Bird and Branch mask. Very impressed with this effect.
I sanded back my texture paste to expose more of the rose colour on the bird and also clean up a few places where wrong colour was on top. I was going to use the girl from PaperArtsy Bloom stamp set but she wasn't big enough so I used one of my new Prima Dolls and added a flower and a sentiment from the Bloom set.
My card joining the fun at
PaperArtsy Christmas Cracker Video 1 Sanded Foundation
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I've used my spare texture paste on a giant tag. Not sure if that will make an appearance at a later date cos at the moment it looks like there's been an accident with some Neapolitan ice cream!! LOL. Sylv, you said you didn't realise these doll stamps were so big so for those of you who haven't seen them in the real they are about 20cm high. Great for LO's and big projects. I saw a post yesterday where they claimed to have made a little tag with one of these. Little? Yeah, right. They are lovely to use though and I like the simple lines. I think they may become a favourite. I think she looks perfect here.
Thanks for dropping by. Wishing you a fun and peaceful Sunday.