Sunday, September 15, 2013

Tutorial- Creating Texture with a Die Cut Paper

Hello!! It's time to show you one of my tips to create textures, I love masks but if you don't have anyone you can create the same effect with a die cut paper. I have a Cricut Expression and a Cuttlebug, I love both and I created different die cut papers with them but this time I will show you how I did it with a Basic Grey- Die Cut Paper.

This is my page with this technique...
I made this page with the August Limited Edition Kit by My Creative Scrapbook.
Let's get started it...

I selected the "Ceremony" paper from the August LEkit and made a slit then I added a piece of the "proposal" paper to cover the opening.




I have this 12" by 12" die cut paper by Basic Grey and I used it by the backside like a mask.


With a spatula I applied molding paste...

It should looks like the photo. I gave a "V" form with the molding paste not even.

Then carefully remove the die cut paper.

You can see all the textures and the pretty design here...

After the molding paste was dry, I painted the design with chalk inks in three different colors.

I used Pastel Peach, Dry Sand and White all by Prima chalk inks.  I also used Vintage Photo Ink by Ranger.

Then I did the same process in the slit sides, I put the die cut paper around the slits and applied the molding paste.

Let it dry and start to paint the design with the chalks inks, once you painted it, its time to decorate your page.


More closer details...


I hope this inspire you to try it.
My Creative Scrapbook kits...HERE

Until next time!
Hugs!
Marilyn

15 comments:

  1. I've done this myself...it looks fabulous & just goes to show you don't need to buy special masks to achieve a special effect....love those soft apricot flowers & tones, too:):) TFS:):):)

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  2. Such a beautiful page! I love peach!!!! I must dig through my paper stash and see what I have that I can use in place of a stencil. Looks like fun!

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  3. Hermoso trabajo. Voy a intentarlo.

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  4. This looks beautiful.. the back ground looks amazing and love the rip in the centre too...

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  5. Hi Marilyn! Gorgeous layout! Thank you for sharing.

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  6. What a beautiful page.... thank you so much for sharing the steps... its amazing!!! Hugs...x

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  7. Great tutorial! I have just started using modeling paste so I am inspired by your suggestion to use die cut paper! Beautiful layout!

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  8. Stunning, and I love your idea of using the stencil paper as a template. Looks so pretty ...

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  9. Wow wow wow!! This is sooooooooooo gorgeous!! LOVING that background, the colors and the flowers!!!!!

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  10. Marilyn, this is absolutely stunning!! I just love this technique and will be trying it out!! I love the way you used your ribbon here, too!! Thanks for the inspiration, my friend!! ~ Blessings, Tracey

    Garden of Grace

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  11. Wow! So breathtaking gorgeous!

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  12. Love this - thanks for the tutorial - I am now a follower!!

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  13. Wow, Wow, Wow!!!!! BRUTAL, sencillamente HERMOSO!!!! Y LA TECNICA, ESPECTACULAR!!

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Gracias por sacar de tu tiempo y dejarme un mensaje son bien apreciados, me encantan!!!