Hello! Leah here today with a fun way to add some extra texture to your stamped images and cards using texture paste. Let’s get started!

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The supplies you’ll need for this technique are a stamp set, I chose the Flamingos set, a stencil of your choosing, texture paste, a palette knife (or an old credit card) and of course ink for stamping.

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The first thing you want to do is choose an image to either stamp several times onto your cardstock panel, or use a large focal image and stamp that. After you are done stamping you cover the cardstock panel with your stencil, I adhered mine down with a bit of washi tape so it doesn’t move when applying the texture paste.

Inspired by Stamping, Leah Cornelius, Flamingos Stamp Set, Textured Past Tutorial, thinking of you card

Then you cover the entire panel, (or part if you prefer) with the texture tape, remove the stencil and wash your palette knife and stencil right away and let your panel dry.

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Once your panel is dry you can complete your card. I added another flamingo which I trimmed out and the sentiment with some sequins to finish. I hope you will try this technique yourself!

Inspired by Stamping, Leah Cornelius, Flamingos Stamp Set, Textured Past Tutorial, thinking of you card

Inspired by Stamping, Leah Cornelius, Flamingos Stamp Set, Textured Past Tutorial, thinking of you card

Thanks so much for joining me today!

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6 thoughts on “Texture Paste Over Stamped Images

  1. HJ says:

    Cute card with this interesting technique. I have some gel medium matte, but not sure if it would do the same thing. I am unfamiliar with texture paste. I may have to try what I have to see if it works. I’m not an artist, but willing to try new things. Your card is lovely.

  2. Verna Angerhofer says:

    I love this look and might have to try it if I have a stencil that will work okay. I don’t quite understand what texture tape is. Or did you mean texture paste in this paragraph? That almost seems to be what I think, but wanted to be sure. I only have a couple jars of texture colors so I will have to work with what I have first before I buy more.

    (Quote)Then you cover the entire panel, (or part if you prefer) with the texture tape, remove the stencil and wash your palette knife and stencil right away and let your panel dry.

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