Creating a Fiber Paste Card with Mou Saha

Hi everyone, Mou Saha here from CreatingKeepsakes magazine.
Let’s talk about Fiber Paste today.
If you are wondering what Fiber Paste
is, it is a texture paste that looks like handmade paper, has the
consistency of cake frosting, can be applied with a palette knife or
with your fingers, dries fast, and takes colors well.
If you follow the CK editor’s blog,
you might have read my post about Fiber paste. In that post I
mentioned that I’ll use the left over textured block in another
project. So, here it is with a slight recap from the original post.
I laid a favorite stencil on a thick
cardstock and applied fiber paste in small quantities using a palette
knife. I removed the stencil and cleaned it off immediately.
The paste dried pretty fast.
I cut out a block from the textured
paper where my photo went and saved that block for a future card.
I colored the cut out block with pink
Twinkling H2O.
Next, I started building my card, one
layer at a time, as shown below.
And here’s my finished card using
fiber paste.
Hope you enjoyed and would try fiber
paste in your art!

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