Hey Friends! My long-anticipated Liquid Pearls class is VERY close to being released! I'm just adding the finishing touches and I'll let you know when it's up, running, and available for purchase. It's a self-paced class and available immediately upon purchase.
Here's a little more info about it:
I have a few other classes already up and running. Click HERE for my current class offerings. I will let you know as soon as Card Making with Liquid Pearls is ready for purchase.
I also have a tutorial to share with you today. If you follow the blog at The Art Studio for Scrapbook News and Review, you may have already seen it.
Hello Everyone! It's me Mo! I thought I'd share a quick and fun tutorial with fabulous splashes of color and ideas on how to design with die-cuts, punches, mists, Liquid Pearls and patterned paper.
I really try to put my die-cuts and punches to good use and it’s always fun to create your own embellishments for use on layouts and cards. Today, I’ll show you a misting technique and a fun way to use heart die-cuts in a layout .
Heart die-cuts or punches
Fabric and lace trim
Step One: I wanted to focus my mist on only the top left corner of my layout to create a backdrop of a sky. To do this, take a piece of scratch paper and rip out a corner of it. Lay it down on your page and cover any additional areas with scratch paper so that mist does not accidentally get on those areas.
Step Two: Lay down some sequin waste, or any other mask you desire.
Step Three: Mist with your favorite color mist. I used blue for the color of the sky.
It’s the details that make a layout memorable! Let’s go over a couple really simple tricks I used on my layout.
Other options to consider:Mist the die-cut hearts for more color
Use texture plates on the die cut pieces for more texture, ink raised areas if you choose.
I hope you found some inspiration today. I already have a Scrapbooking with Punches and Die-Cuts class available. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and thanks for stopping by!