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Paste and Splotches

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Hello there again!  I’ve got a layered process for you to try!

 It’s simple and I’ll show you 😉

I chose a pattern paper that would contrast nicely with the his face. Then I mixed some light molding paste and these three acrylic paints to match the tealish color from the photo. I eyeballed it and ended up adding more green than I expected.

I then splotched, in no particular way, on a 12 x 12 paper.  While they both were drying, I assembled the rest of the papers. and die cuts.

I used the instax looking page from the kit and cut out some rectangle pattern pieces and frames.  Then I cut from the molding paste paper, the same type of shape and attached all of those to the heart acetate from Bella Blvd.

I couldn’t wait to use this mirrored camera from Colorcast Designs. I found that adding the acetate on top of the splotches made it a nice subtle effect instead of harsh.

And that molding paste was the perfect shade of tealish and added some texture to the project.

Thanks for joining me today for this fun, quick layout!

XOXOXO

-Kim

Author: krodesigns

As a full time stay at home mom of four sporty, smelly and sweet boys ranging in the ages of 4 to 16 - when not doing laundry - I’m a mixed media teaching artist with a passion for fiber art, planner, scrapbook and Project Life. I love making practical, everyday things beautiful as well as functional, and unbreakable.

6 thoughts on “Paste and Splotches

  1. This is a really fun layout, Kim!! I love your take on a grid type design!! I really like the modeling paste on the elements too. Great Job!!

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  2. I love the fun grid pattern. Fun technique!

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  3. Great idea! I get intimidated with acetate, honestly! haha thank you for the inspiration!

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  4. wow – very cute layout!! love the grid-style!

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  5. This is all kinds of awesome! love inky splotches!

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  6. Love those empty frames!

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