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Fall layout

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Hello! Tatiana Yemelyanenko is here. Today I'd like to share with readers my new fall layout. I used Gelatos®, Paper Crafter Crayons™, Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils and PITT® Artist Pens.

As a background I used watercolor paper. 

First I cut stencil using my Silhouette Cameo and plastic file folder (if you don't have cutting machine you can cut this rather simpe stencil by hand). Then I covered stencil with layer of repositionable adhesive spray.

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 Glued stencil on the background and

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 covered part of the background with Gelatos®. Then I gently blended colors by finger and

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 sprayed water.

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 Then I waited until my background completely dried and removed stencil. After that I added splashes of watercolor and glimmer glam using soft brush.

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 For the next layer of splashes I used cold coffee.

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 After coffee I decided to add more layers and used pieces of Paper Crafter Crayons™.

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 I melted crayons with heat gun. It could be a little bit tricky but have a patience :).

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 On the next step I drew leaves using watercolor pencils, and artist pens.

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 My finished layout.

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 I hope you enjoy my creation.

Supplies:

Gelatos® colors: Butter Cream, Lemon, Mango, Tangerine, Metallic Melon

Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils Yellow

PITT® Artist Pens Gold and Black

Paper Crafter Crayons™ RedYellow

Other products:

Watercolor paper, 7Gypsies patterned paper, Vellum stickers, FWAB pearls.

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Really cool technique - never saw this before and you did a great job!

I've never seen a stencil or mask like that. Neat technique, and beautiful background.

Wow!!! Brilliant!

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