This is where I got really Messy!
And I tackled Modeling Paste!!
I have to tell you that Modeling Paste had me the most worried of all the Get Messy techniques to try, but it wasn’t bad at all. In fact, it was fun.
I have my Liquitex Modeling Paste, Mister Huey’s Bubbles Mask, Mister Huey’s Heirloom Blue color mist and most importantly my instructions.
I used a piece of cardboard to smooth a layer of the paste onto the tag and Bubble Mask. I made sure to get an even coat that covered the entire tag.
I then carefully lifted the mask off and rinsed it.
After using a heat gun to dry the paste I sprayed it with the color mist and dabbed the excess mist off.
I wanted it a little darker, so I did another spray or two of the color mist.
And now for my project I used it on~
It took me a while to figure out just what I wanted to add to this tag, so it sat on my desk for about two weeks.
But, here it is up close~
I added some punched hearts and confetti along with an Elegant Edge border and Studio Calico Wood Veneer letters.
I love the dimension the paste adds to the tag.
I also love the stitched blocked paper look I’ve been seeing more and more on layouts. So, I decided to just go for it.
Do you notice that someone is misbehaving in this picture? That girl!
Oh well, they still all make me HAPPY.
Studio Calico Get Messy kit
Studio Calico Wood Veneer letters and hearts
Martha Stewart glitter hearts and sequins