Texture Paste Techniques for Cards Class
What you'll learn
- Tips for using Texture Paste
- How to revive Texture paste that has started drying out
- A simple way to prevent paste from drying on your stencil while working on your card technique
- 7 different techniques to use with Texture Paste on your cards
- No previous Experience required
Welcome to the Texture Paste Techniques for Cards Class!
Texture Paste is a fun medium to use to get extra dimension in your cards. It seems to be more common to use with Mixed media projects but there are some great techniques that I share with you in this class that are fun to use in your cardmaking. We will be using Texture paste throughout this class along with common cardmaking supplies such as stamps, stencils, stamp pads, glitter and embossing powder!
This class comes with a Supply List that lists all of the products to make the cards in this class. The Supply List is divided between the cards created using the techniques in this class and has Sample Pictures of each of the cards as well. You can find the Supply List Here.
In this class you will learn:
-Helpful Tips for using Texture Paste.
-How to revive your texture paste if it starts to harden.
-A simple way to prevent your paste from drying on your stencils and tools while working on the technique on the card front.
-How to colour your texture paste that is on the card front without missing the paste surface.
-How to create a molten metal look with your texture paste.
-How to use embossing powders and glazes with your texture paste.
-A fun technique to use with crackle texture paste.
-How to use texture paste with coloured sprays and mica sprays.
-How to use Alcohol Inks with your Texture paste.
-How to "paint" with texture paste and create texture with your stamped images
Note: The supply List lists the specific stencils/paste I use throughout this class. You can definitely swap out the stencils and other supplies for similar ones you may already have. You can also substitute another brand of texture paste and will likely have similar results.
Who this course is for:
- Card makers who are new to using Texture paste
I have loved art and being creative for as long as I can remember and have experience creating MANY different things! I have been teaching all sorts of classes at local scrapbook stores for the past 15 years. I'm looking forward to sharing these classes with you and learning how to teach in a different format!