Paula Phillips aka JournalArtista here. I am so happy to share with you my page using the 1700's Building Stencil designed by the awesome Carolyn Dube.
My page started out with a layer of brown paint with a few napkins collaged on top. I then chose this technique to apply the Golden Light Molding Paste:
Tinting Light Molding Paste A quick video!
I should have left the page at that, but I decided to add some deep purple. Way too dark! I dry brushed a bit of gesso to tone down the darkness, shown here:
I then added black marker to outline the edges of the light molding paste, using my finger to smudge a bit.
Happier with the way the texture pop'ed, I added a bit of yellow paint in the window openings.
This is awesome!ReplyDelete
Paula, it's fabulous! I love your incredible colours and rich texture!ReplyDelete
You've given that stencil real life. LOVE the textures, the colours and the background.ReplyDelete
Always so inspirational Paula thank you!ReplyDelete
O gosh, I love this Paula. Fantastic results!ReplyDelete
Paula you are awesome! The serendipity of the ink on the stencil and the molding paste leads to such great fun!ReplyDelete
I am loving this, Paula! I really love love love the muted purple and greens in the pic right after the video. Your page turned out awesome….thank you for sharing!ReplyDelete