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A layout with Texture Cards by Marie Eve Bernard


Hello ,

This is already my last post as a Guest Design Team Member.   I am very happy to have been on a such wonderful team.  Thanks  Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® for the amazing opportunity !

So today, for my last project, I made a layout with the Texture Cards.  This tool is great for any type of mixed media project. It allow you to easily create texture in a variety of mediums: Whipped Spackle, Texture Luxe™, Texture Gems ™, Gesso, , Gel Medium... The Texture Cards are easy to clean and comes with a metal ring for easy storage.  You have 8 differents patterns.

On my project, I put the Whipped Spackle through a stencil and I add texture by rubbing the Texture Card on the medium (my stencil was still in place).


Some close-ups pictures:




To achieve this background, It is quite easy.   I start with a 12x12 chipboard piece and entirely covert it with Gesso.  Then I had modelling paste through a stencil and had texture to my brick pattern with the Texture Cards.  When my modelling paste was dry, I colorized with Gelatos®.

If you want to see me in action, I create a step-by-step video tutorial:


There is the complete list of supplies:

  • Texture Cards 
  • Stencil Collection 201
  • Chocolate Gelatos®
  • Mango Gelatos®
  • Butter Creme Gelatos®
  • Cinnamon Gelatos®
  • Butterscoth Gelatos®
  • Blood Orange Gelatos®
  • Texture Luxe™ Gold
  • Stamper's Big Brush pen Walnut Brown # 177
  • Stamper's Big Brush pen Green Gold # 268
  • Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils # 131

Hope you enjoy!

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Marie-Eve Bernard






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Ann Custer

Beautiful layout.

Christie Brooks

Love the video - turned out beautifully. Love the blue in the sweater for a pop of contrast.

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