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Hello friends, I am back with a new post.
Only few days are left to enter in the current challenge “Trendy Power Star Challenge” at Moxie Fab World. This time I made a tag with some experiment.
Well I always like modeling paste or embossing paste’s effects on any project, it gives so much texture and dimension. So for the first time I made my own modeling paste for this project. It was quite a lengthy process and requires lots of patience but the end result was quite good. I don’t wanted it to be white so I added blue acrylic paint to it. One good thing about it is you can add any color to it. I used star stencil for this tag.
You can see the texture of it in the below picture.
Once the paste was dry I inked the tag with Memento and Distress inks, after that I applied the glitter glue by Martha Stewart on each star. The sentiment is by Penny Black, I guess it goes well with the star background what do you say? Hope you will like this tag.
Thank you so much for stopping by and see you all soon. 🙂
Moxie Fab World – Trendy Star Power Challenge
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I wish you could here me going, “Ohhh, Ohh this is so gorgeous”!!! The blue is beautiful. Thank you for posting with us this week at Word Art Wednesday.
Carole Robb Bisson
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Beautiful starry sky!! Love the soft glow around the starts!!
This is beautiful!
I do love dimension in many different forms, but embossing or texture paste is really one of my favorite ways of adding it to a project. Now, your starry night (beautiful song, too 🙂 looks fantastic also due to the blending and glitter glue that you applied. Great job!
Such a fun technique! I like how you used it here!
And, hey, thanks for linking up to the MFW challenge!