Thursday, January 14, 2016

Stencil Coffee Card

Howdy Crafters - I have a card using Textured Paste[see recipe below], Stencil and Glitter -thanks for stopping by and have a blessed week - Gail~

Recipe
White cardstock for base of card
White cardstock for the textured paste, stencil and glitter
Stencil by Hero Arts - Blue and Gold Glitter Glue
Dark Navy Gross Grain Ribbon
Sizzix Banner Die - Basic Grey Designer Cardstock- it has a swirl pattern that is hard to see
Memory Box Coffee on the Go Die - Scraps of Kraft and Black Cardstock
Gold Metal Tag Brad - Bakers Twine Brown and White from Kraft Outlet Store
Sentiment Stamp WSD - Rangers Black Archival Ink
We R Memory Keepers Corner Rounder

It would be an honor to enter these challenges: 
Jan 31 Sweet Stamps AG
Jan 31 Not Just Cards - Just for Fun 

Jan 21 YNS Color Challenge - Blue, Blue, white
Jan 25 Mixed Media Card #19 Beginnings [to use mixed media]
Jan 17 Simon Says Monday -Stencil it 
 Mar 30 Just Keep on Creating
 












Recipe for Textured Paste
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

4 comments:

  1. Wonderful card, the stenciling is very pretty. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

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  2. Great card. Interesting texture paste. Thank you for joining us at Not Just Cards this month. Hope to seen you back here again soon. Judy DT

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  3. Great effect on the card with the textured paste and glitter. Thanks for sharing in our challenge at Your Next Stamp.

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  4. The stencilled background looks fantastic, I love the colours and glitter as well.Thanks so much for sharing your creation at
    Anything goes March link-up, Just keep on creating
    Susan xx

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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 ~