Quick Tutorial Creating Sprayed Background Pages with Stencils. Using the Punked Out Steam Too (POST) Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists Kit, stencils and copy paper I show how to quickly make background papers. These papers make great foundation pages for junk journals, or cut up and make writing block, fold to make a folded envelope letter and more.

Tutorial Creating Sprayed Background Pages with Stencils

Tutorial Creating Sprayed Background Pages with Stencils Video

 

Supplies Used for the Tutorial Creating Sprayed Background Pages with Stencils

Using the Punked Out Steam Too Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists Kit, stencils, and copy paper; Linda shows us  how to quickly make background papers for a journal! 

Spraying through the Stencils from the Punked Out Steam Too Subscription box with the punked  pink and punked brass from the Punked Out Steam Too Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Kit. Use an item such as a box to protect your work surface!

Taking  the Diamond with Flair Stencil, Linda sprayed through it using the Punked Yellow from the Punked Out Steam Too Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists Kit.

Using the Gears Wall Paper Stencil, here you can see the how the shimmer looks from the Punked Blue Green Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.

Spraying with the Punked Brass from the Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists kit through the Monkeys All Around Stencil,

Showing you the results from the Punked Out Steam Too Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Kit, and stencils to create a  variety of colorful images for your journal pages.

Tutorial Creating Sprayed Background Pages with Stencils

What is your favorite color of glimmer mist spray?

Robin Fennessy

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