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NOTES: The same thing applies to the images such as my tags, photo-mats, BOS papers, etc. Simply RIGHT CLICK and SAVE LINK/TARGET AS to download the full sized images. *Also DON'T Right Click the PIN button when trying to download an image, svg or cut file, you will just end up saving the button. Move your mouse away from the pin button. I have the pin button enabled to allow you to pin my freebies on Pinterest if you left click it that is.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Layout 8 Live In The Moment

 Layout 8 Live In The Moment

 Close up of CTMH stamp, because I sealed it with a glaze it created a glare above when I tried to take a pic of it. The solid black outline, dots around the edge and triangles in the corners were hand drawn by me for added detail.

The original was too glossy and made my pages stick together because I sealed it with Deco Art Tripple Thick Brilliant Gloss Brush On Glaze. So I fixed it by re-sealing it with my Homemade Mod Podge/Matte Gel Medium, I like it much better now and the pages don't stick anymore when I close my journal, so here are the updated pix of the finished project....



Created September 12, 2015.
See Supply List below for anyone who wants to recreate the background... :)

Supply List:
  • Home-made Gesso (Baking Soda Based) See Recipe Here!
  • Home-made Mod Podge
  • Black Tissue Paper.
  • Deco Art Acrylic Paint: White, Splattered & Smooshed onto background.
  • Stencils: TCW Mini Tile Texture (6"x6"), Folk Art Swirls (9 1/2"x8 1/2").
  • Stamp: CTMH Skylark (scrapbooking workshop).
  • Ink: CTMH Archival Black.
  • IDentipen For outline & embellishing stamped image.
  • Paper: Elite Image printer paper from Office Depot.
  • Deco Art Triple Thick Brilliant Gloss Brush On Glaze.
  • Tim Holtz Distress Ink: Festive berries (smudged over paint in random spots by hand).