Mixed Media #13: Texture Paste & Embossing Powder with Lavinia Stencils
September 12, 2020

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Gloria Taylor (posted 3 months 29 days ago)
Great stencils and ideas from Sara, she is a awesome crafter.
Cecilia G Gyory (posted 4 months 6 days ago)
Beautifully done Sara. Thanks for sharing
Sandhills Patty (posted 4 months 7 days ago)
I love this idea! I have so many embossing powders I’m not using. I wonder if my texture paste is still wet? Great idea on shaker jar .
I use some old face powder to de-static my gathering paper.
Jan Witucki (posted 4 months 11 days ago)
As always, Sara demonstrates her artistic flair with many different products. Thanks and keep up the good work.
Patricia Wilson (posted 4 months 11 days ago)
This was a great technique. Can't remember the last time I played with texture paste. Would a pepper shaker or old spice jar with shaker top work for dispersing little bits of embossing powder onto your project?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
I would think a pepper shaker or spice jar would work. Good thinking!
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