Playing with (stencil) Paste

Hi everyone.  Today I’ve done a bit of playing with Tommy Mixed Media Stencil Paste. (I love how it looks over bright inks!)

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Tommy Stencil Light Paste is a super light and soft, creamy paste, perfect for use with stencils. If applied thickly, it doesn’t crack, and it can also be tinted with Tommy Art Colors.

Tommy  Stencil Light Paste

I first used a sponge blending tool to apply Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral and Picked Raspberry Distress inks onto white card stock. I then used a pallette knife to apply the paste over my stencil, moving the palette knife from top to bottom.

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Once applied, I carefully lifted the stencil so I wouldn’t disturb the paste, then I let it dry.

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After trimming the piece to the desired size, I added a Thanks Script cut from gold card stock and white embossed “a million” (from Simon Says Stamp “Thanks” set).

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I love the texture of the paste with the bright colors showing.  :)

Thanks (a million) for visiting today!

1amichele siggy

Stamps: Simon Says Stamp Thanks  Dies: Taylored Expressions Thanks Script Ink: MFT Sweet Tooth, Ranger Spiced Marmalade, Abandoned Coral and Picked Raspberry Distress  Paper: Taylored Expressions Sugar Cube and Oreo, X-Press IT Blending Card, gold  Other: Tim Holtz stencil, Tommy Mixed Media Stencil Light Paste, pallette knife, white embossing powder/heat tool, blending tool.

4 responses to “Playing with (stencil) Paste

  1. Marjorie Dumontier

    This is a beautiful card !! I love the embossing pastes so much.

  2. Wow, what a gorgeous card. I love how the pastes absorb the colours.

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