Stationery - Chiswick

Stenciled details | POP Paint mixed into texture paste.

Posted on 28 Jul 2016

Are you keeping warm with this crazy weather we are experiencing?
I am with some scrapping using beautiful sunrise photos from a recent trip to warm the soul.
And what fun to combine my POP Paint and a fun sunbeam stencil to create beautiful textures and patterns on my layout.
stencilled layoutFor this layout I mixed some POP paint into texture paste and then applied it through a stencil for a fun effect.
step 1 – I used Flamingo and Buttery paint to mix into my texture paste.
step1step 2 – I first mixed in some Buttery paint and applied it through my stencil. Then using the same
container I mixed in some Flamingo and stenciled over the same design again.
TIP: Because the flamingo is much darker than the buttery it mixed in fine and i could use the same container and small amount of texture paste.
step2step 3 – You can use your heat gun to dry the paste in between layers, or leave it to air dry and then apply the second colour
through the stencil. The POP paint gives the paste a nice chalky feel adding to the textured look.
To add some more texture to my stenciled sunbeams, I added some sewing in between the rays
as well as some sewn on beads adding more colour and texture.
stencilingI used my Intricate patterns stamp set and stamped directly onto my patterned paper and created a flag with the diamond stamped
and cut out the postage stamp and layered it on top of the flags.
For my title I used chipboard letters painted with Provence POP Paint, dimensional glaze added and then sprinkled with yellow and orange glitter.
glitter titleI love how the colours and textures all add interest to my layout and supports the theme fully.
I used the following products for my layout – available from your closest craft store – so ask for it by name.

POP Paint 500ml-Buttery pp0514
POP Paint 500ml-Flamingo pp0502
Clear Stamp – Intricate Patterns 140 x 180mm (ER-21) rs3167
POP Paint 500ml-Provence pp0507

Until next time – happy memory keeping and stay warm.

Written by Jowilna Nolte

Creating can be a wonderful journey and therapy making sense of things where life cannot, and I have tuned my life into this philosophy.