Monday, December 28, 2015

Textured Paste Tag

Howdy Crafters - Recently I did a search on making your own textured paste. I found several recipes and decided on that I already had the supplies to mix make the paste. Here is a tag I created using the textured paste on a stencil - thanks for stopping by and be blessed ~ Gail ~

Recipe
Textured Paste
1/2 cup of baking soda
2 Tablespoons of Elmer's White School Glue
1 Tablespoon of Acrylic white paint - can add more
Mix and store in a class jar
Use on project and recommended to dry over night before using


When making the paste you can add more paint or glue or water to get the thickness you desire - I added a bit more glue as I felt the paste was too thick, however, there are people that like to use the thicker texture. I can see many uses for this paste - like clouds, snow, etc. This is my first time at using this wet medium - loving it!

NOTE: Baby powder can be substituted for the baking soda and Mod Podge can be substituted for the White Glue


Click Here for the Textured Paste recipe I used
Click Here for a video using baby powder

TH Bookmark and Tag - white cardstock - Blue Glitter Ribbon - glue dot - Blue Twine
SU Indigo Blue Ink for stamping & Woodland Stamp set - snowflakes and trees
Kraft cardstock to cut the Poppy Stamp Fawn Die
TH Stencil - Christmas Words - I am using only the Peace and Hope which is textured paste with added glitter

It would be an honor to enter these challenges
Jan 1 CHNC AG Christmas Weekly UE
Jan 2  Sweet Stamps AG UE

Jan 5 Sweet Stamps Anything but a Card UE
Jan 6 Not Just Cards AG UE
Dec 30 Just Keep on Creating AG UE
Dec 30 CHNC Extra December UE AG
Dec 30 DRS Design Tis the Season - Christmas - Winter -New Years UE
Dec 31 Inspirational Journal Challenge AG

Dec 30 Poppy Stamps - Tempting Tags UE
Jan 3 Eureka Stamps #173 Snowmen or Snowflakes #1 

Textured paste stencil with blue glitter
 
Eureka

6 comments:

  1. Looks like you will get several uses out of the stenciled textured paste words. TY for sharing the texture paste recipe. I'll give it a try. I like the look of the Woodland stamp set.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Lovely tag, Gail. Thanks for sharing with Eureka Stamps this week!

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  3. Lovely tag Gail, great idea your texture paste! thanks for the recipe.
    Thanks for sharing over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

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  4. Beautiful tag, I love the blue tones. Thanks for the recipe for texture paste, I'll have to try it. Thank you for joining our blog challenge at SweetStamps.com

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  5. Your card is very beautiful !
    Thank you for joining us at Eureka stamps!
    Good Luck and hope to see you again.
    Bad Kitty's Craftroom
    >^.^<

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  6. Beautiful tag and thanks for the recipe. Thanks for joining us this week at Eureka Stamps. Karal DT

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It is always and honor & blessing to have you stop by - may your day be filled with Joy & Happiness - God Bless you today & Always - ~ Gail ~