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Colorful Tag with Zoey

Childhood memories under the summer night sky


Hi,Madoka here!

I'd like to share the page of the memory that enjoyed fireworks.

Fireworks are Japanese summer tradition and it is called "Hanabi".

1.I painted a white cardstock with Chalk Board Paint.

2. I drew circles of various size in a white paper and cut out it. This is a stencil.

I put the stencil on the cardstock  and scattered Paper Crafters Crayons TM which I crushed finely.

I heater it from the back of the cardstock and dissolved it.Untitled


 3.Mixed Gel Medium and Glass Bead Glitter Gel, painted the cardstock with it to draw the Milky Way.



4.With a toothbrush and a paintbrush, I splashed Gesso which I dissolved with water.IMG_8085




5.Painted the chipboard with Gesso and dried it.

In addition I painted it  with Gelatos®.




6.Also I painted the title chipboard with Gesso  and  added gold glitter to it.IMGP0050





Faber Castell Design Memory Craft ® supplies 

Chalk Board Paint

Gelatos®Colors(lime, spearmint, pistachio)

Paper Crafter Crayons TM (Blue Green(#770521), Neutral(#770522),Red Yellow (#770520)),

 Glass Bead Glitter Gel

 Gel Medium








Thank you!!



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Madoka, that is beautiful! I love how you used the Paper Crafter Crayons as fireworks and the Glass Bead Glitter Gel as the Milky Way. Your layout is beautiful and inspiring! Thank you for sharing it.

TracyM #6773

STUNNING layout Madoka!!!
LOVE the AMAZING background you created - WOW - what an exciting effect and combo of products & techniques - LOVE the sparkly & coloured chippies too!!!
THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and about Hanabi too :)


SO STUNNING! I love how you used the Paper Crafter Crayons. SO clever! What a beautiful page <3


I love your page. The night sky seems to be really big in the art world right now. Thanks for sharing your memories and how you put this page together.

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