|Unique Laser Design's Cork Feathers|
|Started with a piece of 4 x 6 patterned |
|Pulled 2 shallow pans from my kitchen.|
|Purchased this Linit Liquid Starch|
at my local grocery store.
|Poured just enough liquid starch to cover the bottom of one pan.|
|Added just enough tap water to cover the bottom of the other pan.|
|Selected these paint colors from my stash that compliment my pocket scrapbooking |
layout this week. NOTE: FLUID PAINT performs
better that regular acrylic paint
for this marbling mixed media technique.
|Added drops of paint, one color at a time in the pan with the liquid starch. Golden Fluorescent Pink fluid |
& Americana Electric Pink acrylic paint drops.
|DecoArt Diarylide Yellow fluid acrylic paint drops.|
|DecoArt Cobalt Teal fluid acrylic paint drops.|
|DecoArt Raw Umber fluid acrylic paint drops.|
|Used the end of a paint brush to swirl the colors together|
to create my desired marbling pattern in the surface.
|Dried completely (a heat gun works great).|
|Added an additional layer of color with KaiserCraft's Script background stamp|
and Ranger's Dandelion Archival Ink.
|Added "Week #39" using 'Sketchbook" |
Thickers by American Crafts.
|Added dates with the Dear Lizzy roller date stamp.|
|Outlined "Week #39" with a black|
Signo Uniball pen.
|Added a scalloped doodle stamp by |
Roben-Marie Smith (Paperbag Studios).
|Added three cork feathers from Unique Laser Designs.|
|Doodled around the scallops & feathers|
with a white Signo Uniball pen.
|Doodled two black border lines with a |
black Signo Uni-Ball pen.
|Added bling rhinestones|
to the centers of the scallops
with a UHU glue stick.
|Distressed the edges of the patterned |
paper with black Heidi Swapp Archival Ink.
|And, VIOLA' ~ My Week #39 |
Pocket Scrapbooking Title Card is COMPLETE!