This tutorial is brought to you by Latrice Murphy from Any Occasion.
Today I have something really fun for you to try. Have you heard of molding paste? This stuff is used mostly on canvases by artists, but as a crafter, I’ve found that it’s amazing for scrapbooking and cards. With so many choices out there for masks or stencils, I’m sure you’ll find some you love to play with.
I created a bold card for you using a chevron mask. My pictures tutorial shows a second style that is larger and has a zig zag pattern. I wanted you to see the difference in the two.
Here is what you’ll need:
- White cardstock
- Distress Ink
- Modeling paste
- Paint spreader
First create your card from cardstock and layer bright white on top, leaving 1/8” all around.
Trim a second piece of white cardstock down to 3-¾” x 5” and tape down using washi tape or other easily removable tape.
Next, tape your mask or stencil down where you would like it.
Using a pain spatula spread your modeling paste evenly and removed the stencil.
After it has dried for about two hours, you can ink with a sponge and mist randomly with spray mists.
Lastly adhere your banner sentiment and gemstones.
Tip: This is an easy process, but drying time is long. Do a bunch at a time to have on hand when you need a quick card.
Visit my designer profile on FaveCrafts for a link to my blog, where you can see what I created with the above pieces.
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