28 Jan 2013

Creative Techniques 02: with Wilna

3 Comments Creative Techniques, Scrapbook Pages 12x12

Hi there! Wilna here! I am so happy to bring you this little fun tutorial on playing with moulding paste.
It’s a great way to add some texture to a page and i love the tone on tone effect.

Step 1: I took some plain white card stock and added some paint splatters using Mister Huey’s Pinstripe color mists. The supplies you need is some moulding paste and a craft stick.

Step 2: Spread some of the moulding paste in a top and bottom strip using the craft stick. Let it dry for about 2 minutes.

Step 3: Using the back of a tick needle or a thin sharp object, lightly draw in the moulding paste. The paste is wet enough still to “erase” and do it again if you make a mistake.

Step 4: Once the paste is dry, you can add your embellishments and finish the page.

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3 Responses to “Creative Techniques 02: with Wilna”

  1. Penne says:

    I love thi idea! Thanks for sharing. I’m going to break out the molding paste right now!!!

  2. Dawn Ritchie says:

    I like the paste, but I also love how you did the rectangle pieces of paper for the banner. :)

  3. Stephanie says:

    Wilna….thank you so much for this tutorial. I have never played around with gesso and now I couldn’t imagine not using to add texture! I used a silhouette cut from the 5th & frolic collection to make a stencil and applied gesso over it. i finished my page with some older dear lizzy papers/embellishments for my page and I love it!! Here’s my take…. http://www.studiocalico.com/galleries/81455-my-favorite-moment . Thanks again! You rock!