Paste-fully Creative – CTMH Technique Blog Hop

Welcome to this month’s Technique blog hop! We are featuring the new Texture Paste! You should have come from Haley’s blog, however, if you didn’t, it’s a circle, and you will get back to her!

Today, I have this fun card for you! It was really fun to make, even if it wasn’t what I was originally going to do!

I cut a fun stencil from the Artbooking cartridge. I just used a bit of cardstock for it, but I would surely next time go with the stencil sheets, as you can see a bit where it smooshed under.

I put some saffron and goldrush inks onto the All Purpose mat, then put a little dab of the Transparant Matte paste into each. Mixed them slightly, and then spread onto the card in different spots with the palette knives, and then slightly overlapped them. I peeled off my stencil and allowed the paste to dry.

I stamped and cut the flowers and sentiment from the bunches of love stamp set, using archival black, mink, saffron, and goldrush colors. Popped them on a scrap of vellum, to help them pop off the card a bit more, and viola! You have a fantastic card! Oh, and let’s not forget the bling, shall we? I used a few clear sparkles and bitty sparkles do draw a bit more attention to the flowers!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you liked my card! Let me know what you think! Then, hop on over to Michelle’s blog to see what she has for you!

11 thoughts on “Paste-fully Creative – CTMH Technique Blog Hop

  1. Shirley Ross says:

    Love your background, the use of two different colors definitely added definition and texture. Your instructions were clear, I can see trying this in the future. Great card, love it!!

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