A Semi-Transparent Art Journal Page

Hi Everyone!

I love to create my projects on different surfaces and constantly looking for some everywhere I go. This project was created on plastic/acetate. I work for a tax accountant and during our busy season our clients fill out a booklet with all their tax information. This booklet has a semi-transparent cover and we pull the booklet apart to scan and I keep the plastic covers. I am creating a new art journal with all these semi-transparent pages and this is my first page.

Here are the supplies I used:

Did you know that the “s” after the stencil number mean it’s 6″x6″?

The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with stencils and mediums to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own because I do love to use them.

This piece of plastic is approximately 8×10. It has a shiny smooth side and a lightly frosted side. On the shiny side I used the Love Sonnet Stencil but I added the stencil backwards so when I flipped it I can read the words as you can see below.

When it was dry I flipped it over to start my page.  First I only wanted to use a portion of the Wild Roses stencil so I used painters tape around the sections I wanted to use.

I added the roses to the page with TCW Light & Fluffy Modeling Paste. My favorite next to the metallic modeling pastes!!!!

The paste dried and I added paint marks to the background using a paint brush and Moving Vines stencil.

To finish it I added the quote with archival ink.

I love the working on this plastic and can’t wait to create more. Have you used an unusual surface for your art? Tell us inquiring minds want to know!!!

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. You can see all the New Stencils and Mixed Media Metallic Modeling Pastes on Scrapbook.com.

We would love to see what you create with The Crafters Workshop Stencils and Mediums. You can share it with us on our Facebook page, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest using hashtag #tcwstencillove.

Thanks so much for stopping by!

Karenliz Henderson
The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team

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