September 20, 2015

Texture Paste Cards & Video!

Due to popular demand.....and yes, I do listen! I have a new video for you today. Do you recall this card I posted a few weeks ago? At the time of posting, I knew I wanted to create a video on how to achieve this look but my internet was real splotchy at the time. There were issues with our tower being hit by lightning. Anyway, it took almost a month for us to finally get our internet back to 100%. Thank goodness as I am lost without it! Anyway, here is the card I want to talk about today:

 
 If you missed the post, I made my own "Texture Paste" and you can read more about it in this post:


I even give you the recipe for the Texture Paste. So here's two more cards I created with the very same container of paste that I made. If you store it in an airtight container, it will last for quite some time. 

 
I made the card below using the Dots & Stripes Decorative Masks:
 


And this one below with the Happy Patterns Decorative Masks. I'll list all the catalog information at the end of my post:


 
Here's the recipe:
 
 
And finally, the "you asked for it you got it" portion of my post today. A brand new video showing you this technique and how to use the paste:



Here is the link if you can not click on the video above: TEXTURE PASTE VIDEO

Here are the masks and thinlits I used for my paste. I added all of the masks available for purchase:


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6 comments:

  1. WONDERFUL tutorial. Thank you so much!

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  2. Awesome tutorial, Debbie! I will have to try this technique! Love your cards too! Happy Sunday!

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  3. I am SO glad you did this for us. I have been wondering about texture paste for some time. Now I know I can try this. What pretty cards; totally different and "out of the box" for me. Great tutorial and video! Thanks! :-)

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  4. Thanks for the great tutorial. I love texture paste and appreciate your recipe!

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  5. Love these cards, Debbie. Thanks for the recipe to make our own texture paste. Can;t wait to try it with my stencils.

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