I started off with journal page and my last project is another one. While I was cutting out the Decopatch hands for yesterday's project, the idea for this page occurred to me, and I jumped on it.
Or my horses did anyway!
You'll notice lots of wrinkles on this page. Why? Because sometimes you want them! It doesn't show well in the photo, but there's lots of dimension on the page to give it the look of a rock wall. The wrinkles are actually streaks in the paste. The Decopatch paper faithfully followed along and lay flat to the lumps and bumps to show the detail.
Besides the Decopatch paper and Paperpatch glue I used scissors, Pigma Micron .08, light modeling paste, a palette knife, shocking pink acrylic paint, a green pigment re-inker (a refill bottle for an inkpad), and a baby wipe.
I slathered on the light molding paste with a palette knife, making it thick in some areas, thin in others, and leaving some areas uncovered. Then I set the journal aside to dry overnight.
Then I glued the sections where I had cut out the horses on one side of the journal, and glued the horses on the other side. (sorry. Blogger insisted on showing this with up down orientation instead of side by side)
I lined up the cut-out with it's horse to make it look as though the horses had just popped out the walls, and were bounding away. I figured if cavemen hoped that wishes were horses, they would wish horses would pop out of their paintings!
For the finish I wrote my title at the top 'If Wishes Were Horses in Prehistoric Times".
This is the last of my Decopatch projects and I hope you've enjoyed seeing them as much as I enjoyed doing them. Please be sure to enter the giveaway I'm hosting, if you haven't already. The three winners will be chosen on Monday.
Thank you to Exaclair for letting me try out their products and share them with all of you!