Vicki here with Follow Up Friday's project...a mixed media card. I have recently been smitten with mixed media products and decided that today I would combine a few of my favorite on the front of the card I created.
The next step was to use my brick stencil along with some Liquitex Light Modeling Paste. Again, I like the light modeling paste best because you still get texture, but it is not as heavy as the regular paste. I like to apply my paste using an old plastic gift card.
*See February 22nd's Follow Up Friday on how I do this.
After the modeling paste was completely dried, I inked over the bricks with Ranger Distress Inks. Then I added a thick coat of Ranger Distress Crackle Paint - Old Paper. I love to watch the cracks appear in this paint as it dries.
I added a sentiment that I thought went well with my brick theme using Spellbinders Label Eighteen and Spellbinders Rectangle - Large Die-cuts. The sentiment matting was cut twice from the same die, but with two different patterned papers. I cut the bottom die-cut in half and moved it slightly to reveal a small edge of matting under the yellow checked paper. A Want2Scrap key and keyhole were my final embellishments.
Liquitex Light Modeling Paste
Ranger Distress Ink - Antique Linen
Ranger Distress Ink - Black Soot
Ranger Distress Ink - Peacock Feathers
Ranger Distress Ink - Wild Honey
Ranger/Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint - Old Paper
Spellbinders Label Eighteen
Spellbinders Classic Rectangle - Large*
Want2Scrap Key and Keyhole Embellishment*
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Thanks for stopping by to view my project!
I hope you are inspired to play with mixed media product too.
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