Monday, September 28, 2015

Pigment Powders with Texture Paste ~by Donna Salazar

Hello my crafty peeps! Today I've got THREE different tags to share with you. I've mixed 3 different types of texture paste with my Pigment Powders with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®.


The first texture paste I used was Natural Sand from Liquitex. 


This texture paste is slightly transparent so you can mix 1 part Pigment Powder with 4 parts paste.


Apply the Pigment/paste mixture to your project through a stencil.


Carefully remove the stencil and let the Pigment/paste mixture dry naturally.
I inked the edges of the dry tag with my Mix'd Media Inx CHOX from Clearsnap® and tied a piece of lace from my Lace Ribbons pack with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®.


For the second tag I used Glass Beads texture paste. This paste is also slightly transparent so you can mix 1 part Pigment Powder with 3 parts paste.


Apply the Pigment/paste mixture through a stencil. 


Remove the stencil carefully and let the Pigment/paste mixture dry naturally.
Once it was dry I added Mix'd Media Inx CHOX to the edges and a bit of Lace Ribbon to the top of the tag.


For the 3rd tag I used Flexible Modeling Paste. This paste is opaque so you will need to mix 1 part Pigment Powder to 3 parts texture paste.


Apply the Pigment/paste mixture through a stencil.


Remove the stencil carefully and let the Pigment/paste mixture dry naturally.
Once it was dry I added Mix'd Media Inx CHOX to the edges and a bit of Lace Ribbon to the top of the tag.


I hope you liked these quick tips and hopefully they gave you some new ideas for using my Pigment Powders!

Product used:

Mix'd Media Inx CHOX - Sparrow
Mandala Art Screen (2nd tag)

Thanks for Stopping by!!! Smooches ~D~
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3 comments:

  1. Fabulous tags and great ideas on how to those pigment powders in different pastes :)

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