Create a subtle backdrop for your photo by using a stencil and texture paste. A stencil with small geometric pattern can add interest without competing with other elements.
ONE • Decide where you want your photo stack to go on the layout and draw a rough outline of it with a pencil. TWO • Choose a stencil and place it where you want the medium (such as the texture paste on my layout) you are using to be visible. THREE • Apply texture paste through the stencil with a palette knife. Be careful to not smudge the paste when removing the stencil. FOUR • Let the layout dry on its own, or speed up the drying process with a heat gun.
create team • lynette jacobs • south africa • her blog
laugh Patterned paper: Prima; cardstock: American Crafts; sticker: Prima; wood veneer: Prima; chipboard: 2Crafty; flowers: Prima; lace: Prima; title chipboard: Celebr8; punches: EK Success, Martha Stewart; stencil: Tim Holtz; texture paste: Daler-Rowney; butterfly, leaves diecuts: Silhouette.
Published on Jul 13, 2015
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