Create dimension using light modeling paste and stencil

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Have you tried light modeling paste with The Crafter’s Workshop stencils? It’s a great way to add dimension to your project. It’s lightweight and dries quickly.

Mixed-media-canvas-for-The-Crafter's-Workshop-by-Yvonne-Yam4I used the Love Birds TCW 309 stencil  with Liquitex light modeling paste, then coloured the leaves with Faber Castell’s Stamper’s Big Brush Pen. I smeared the colour with my finger for a little shadow effect. You could also add paint colour to your modeling paste before using it with your stencil.

Mixed-media-canvas-for-The-Crafter's-Workshop-by-Yvonne-Yam3I love the dimension the modeling paste  adds to my mixed media memo board featuring my niece and nephew.

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I used the “happy” word from the Vertical Happy Bunting TCW1023 with some mica flakes to complete my memo board on canvas.

Cheers,

Yvonne Yam

The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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