Hi everyone, It's Etsuko/ My favorite things with you today, and I'd like to share with you my 'Tea time panel'. Ever since Seth APter announced his powders, I wanted to use Baked Textures to create grunge techniques. Previous embossing powders I have used are quite flat in comparison so I didn't use them much for mixed media. The 'Baked Texture' powders melt into the surroundings and create an interesting texture so it is a lot of fun. I have not done a lot of experiments yet, but please enjoy what I created.
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The photo frame I used Raquel's PS106 stencil with Ancient Amber Baked Textures.
When it cooled down I used 'Vintage Beeswax' once on it. And finally I used Rocky Road at the edge.
Finally I put the Gorgeous Raquel teacup ESC15 on the photo frame.
I tried to use Baked Texture but I could not make delicate lines and when I used Vintage Beeswax on the top it got blurred.---That was my choice wrong!! I used Twilight Fresco on the base and stamped by some gold and clear embossing powder.
Thank you so much stopping by!!
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