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Thursday, October 17, 2013

can you make a textured paper? lilyand the lotus and smeared and smudged 31 Days of halloween

 I am walking you through a simple textured paper for adding in your journal book.
take a 12 x 12 sheet of any designer paper
begin adding your acrylics ...use your hands to mash in and blend.

I use many things I have hoarded up through the years as stencils as well as many different company stencils this is just a mesh and the lips are from http://smearedandsmudged.ning.com/group/smeared-ink-rubber-club
now for another layer crinkle as if you are wadding a paper to the trash but not tightly.
just keep layering and stamping the feet and hands are also from http://smearedandsmudged.ning.com/group/smeared-ink-rubber-club
you can see the squares ? that is a stencil from stencil girl
now you can go in and add your black after everything is dry.
The inks that I am using are from stampin up given to me by a dear friend
I used
Stampin Up "Taken with Teal"
Stampin Up "Real Red"
Stampin Up "Vintage Violet"
Stampin Up "Always Artichoke"
I just signed up for Stampin Up and I will soon have a store to link you to..not yet.
The last ink I used was
Stampin up "Always olive"
now I will save and finish the journal page
The black is so important to add last and often white.
The heart stencil is from Wendy vecchi
The honeycombs are Wendy vecchi and
Frida Kahlo is stencil girl.
The sentiment is Beautiful artist
I hope you have a wonderful day.
susan s




14 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Fabulous paper, I would never have thought to make my own! thanks for the tutorial!! Mo x

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  2. Awesome! Thanks for taking the time to show us your process! Great page, love all the layering.

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  3. Love projects where you get to be truly hands on.
    I may have to check out this rubber club.

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  4. FAb layering on that awesome background. This I've gotta try and congrats on your new venture. xxD

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  5. Thanks for the great tutorial. I haven't done any art pages, but this makes me want too. I love all the layering. Congrats and good luck on your new venture.

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  6. You had a ball creating this paper I can tell! What fun! Love all the layers!

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  7. Thanks for sharing this technique Susan. If I want to get messy and really play...I will check this out! You could make a lot and let them dry and use them at a later time. Fun idea!

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  8. Thank you SO much for going through the steps. It is really nice to have an idea of what to do. Miss you. Hugs~Patti

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  9. So cool and love the layers you created!

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  10. Very cool, thanks for sharing your technique, the pictures really help :)

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  11. My kind of messy fun, that background you have created is ace, love it, thanks for showing

    Jay x

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  12. TY for the quick tutorial. So fun and can't wait to try. Great stamps and awesome page.

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  13. Oh my gosh what a great technique... love the layering of paints, ink and stencils!!!! FANTASTIC!!!

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