Watercolor with Resist Effects – A Layout

Hello there! It’s Miae here with my very first post as a TCW DT member. I very much love using TCW stencils because I really enjoy making my own backgrounds on my layouts. Here’s a page I made using a resist technique with watercolors and embossing powders.

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I used Cursive Alphabet TCW271 and applied embossing ink and embossing powder over the 12 x 12 page.

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After melting and drying the embossing powder with my heating tool, I stamped and painted over the page. You can see how the areas with the embossing powder “resists” the wet paint.

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Next, to give my page some pop, I mixed up some molding paste and black acrylic paint and used the Well Rounded TCW384s stencil everywhere. I love using circles in my projects so the distressed, grungy circles on this stencil were just perfect!

MiaeRowe_TCW_Meow (4)After a bit more paint splattering, stamping and glittering, my page was complete!

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I hope you found some TCW inspiration in this layout!



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