Would you like to take a trip into the studio and see what happens when I decide to fit creating time into a busy day because I just really want to? I hope so – that’s what you’re getting today here in Camp Scrap. Here is the layout I made:
Inspired by: Anna (aka Finnabair)- though I ended up not spending more time layering and getting a lot of texture here, I like how she has mediums and layers things right into gel on her pages… so inspiring. I had her in my mind when doing this page.
How did I get this look? We’ll I’ll share that in a moment. Here are the supplies used:
How did I create the layout? Well you wouldn’t believe me if I told you I think… so I’ll just show you:
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I have to tell you – I’ll be using more of that texture paste in the near future! LOVED it! I linked to molding paste in my supplies, but it was actually “texture” paste. Works the same, but texture paste is gritty. I found mine at Michael’s – most art or craft stores have some brand of “paste” in the artist section. It’s big fun – more coming with that soon.
and if you’re looking to add to your washi tape stash – I recommend checking out the deals to be had over at Cara’s…
Today’s post is sponsored by Cara’s Creative Corner:
Cara has a fun, colorful vision of cards and scrapbook pages. Demonstrator for Stampin’ Up, teacher for MyCreativeClassroom, and teaching in Newtown, PA. Cara is hoping you’ll take a look at her Stampin’ Up store, purchase some of her discontinued items (at a real steal!) and take a class or two with her. This month Cara is teach tatting for cards and scrapbook pages. She describes this as a fun technique that is portable and really pretty.
Cara’s Creative Corner is also offering a special discount to Camp Scrap participants: to receive a 20% discount, use the code: scrapcamp (Offer good until 7/20/12)