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Monday, 5 September 2016

Need to Contact ( By Magda) Soft Form Relief Paste

"Soft Form Relief Paste",  I love this product, that is so versatile, easy to use, and gives fantastic results. Here is how I used it today for this project :

1. Spread a layer of Soft Form Relief Paste Copper  on Punky Flowers Rubber Stamp and let it dry completely for about 24 hours.
2. Prepare your mat, blending with Cut'n'Dry Foam several green and blue shades of Distress Inkpad.
3. Place Julie Fei Fan Balzer Petals Stencil on the mat and use a baby wipe for lightening the mat
    background.
4. Use randomly Soft Relief Paste Pearl on Well Rounded Stencil as a second layer and let it dry.
5. Colour the stenciled relief-shapes on the mat, with Distress Crayon and blend with your finger.
6. Reposition Well Rounded Stencil, colour a mix of Soft Form Relief Paste Pearl and Distress Paint Fired Brick inbetween the rays with the brush.
7. Remove the dried copper shape  from the Punky Flower Rubber stamp and trim the excess from
    the border.
8. Using Distress Inkpad Black Soot, blend the ink over the shape to add darker colour, and give some light  spots here and there using Stickless Star Dust
9. Use Distress Stain Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio and Mowed Lawn for coloring the
    background cardstock.
10. Stamp the sentiment of the Journal Today rubber stamp set, using Onyx Black Versafine
11. Assemble all the pieces to finish your card using Inkssentials Glue n Seal matte.

I hope you will have fun in using Soft Form Relief Paste, as I do.

Magda






4 comments:

  1. This gives an interesting and pretty finish to the background and the punky flowers image Magda. Love the colours too. x

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  2. Wow, this soft paste gives a fab effect to your artwork! You have had a great impression!
    I have never try it! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Grazie! :)

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  3. What a fantastic creation Magda wonderful texture and colours Kate x

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  4. So unusual with such fantastic colours, I bet it's lovely 'in the flesh' when you can appreciate the texture too.

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