It happens from time to time that a supply or technique will catch my fancy and then it becomes a thing. A thing I have to use on every single page. Until something else catches my eye.
Right now, I just can't get enough of modelling paste. You can also buy flexible modelling paste and light modelling paste but I don't have either of those right now so it's all about the plain old modelling paste.
I don't know if you can see how much modelling paste is on here but it's a lot. This is one page that won't blow away during its photo shoot!
And the things you can do with modelling paste! Like color it with inks and spray it and sand it.
And, of course, color it with paint. Here I used some Claudine Hellmuth Studio Modern Red paint through the Dyan Reaveley Dotted Flowers stencils.
And here's another shot of those wonderfully dimensional dots.
And here's the final page.
Please ignore the fact that I let my son chew on a rock long enough to take a picture (I'm a scrapbooker, that's what we do). Instead feast your eyes on all that fabulous modelling paste.
So far, I've finished off one pot. Yeah, modelling paste is pretty sweet.
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