Tuesday, February 16, 2016


Are you surprised to see yet another card using the Journey Modeling Paste? It's so much fun to work with, you really shouldn't be.  I used another stamp from one I had in my stash, and I used Distress Inks for the background.  Once again, I used my Journey Rectangles to  frame the sentiment.  This time I used a rectangle that was too big.  This is simple to do.  Center the sentiment on one end of the rectangle and piercing die and run through the Journey Grand, re-position the die using the piercing holes to line it up and run it through again.

Monday, February 15, 2016

Good Day!

Sweet Berry Acrylic Paint mixes so well with Journey Modeling Paste to create a different look. 

I used the Journey Rectangles to frame the phrase.  There wasn't a rectangle the right size, so I simply put the phrase with the rectangles half off the cutting plates, re-positioned using the pierced holes as a guide, and cut the other half.

The blue of the background is actually a Distress Ink which I applied and then wiped off of the colored paste so that the pink pops.

Sunday, February 14, 2016

Fear and Faith

I am having so much fun with the Journey Modeling Paste!  The difference between it and the Journey Gel Medium is that the Gel medium is clear and glossy while the paste is white with a matte finish. The design was created with the Stained Glass- Stencil. Items used from my stash were the maroon pearls and the stamp.

I love love love the Journey Rectangles! I don't think I'll ever use my piercing mat and piercer again for a rectangle shape (as long as I can keep a set instead of letting someone else buy them from me which has happened twice in my first month!) 

Saturday, February 13, 2016

With a Heartfelt Sympathy

I love the look of white on white.  And I love Sparkle too.  To create the bottom part of the card, I simply used the Bloom Wall- Stencil with Journey Modeling Paste on Whip Cream 8.5 x 11 Cardstock and then sprinkled Journey Sparkle Dust on while the paste was wet.

I stamped one of the many phrases from the stamp set Many Wishes with the Whip Cream True Color Fusion Ink Pad.  Note to self: stamp and then let it dry for half an hour before touching! 

Friday, February 12, 2016

Bee autiful

The background of this card was created by mixing some Pineapple Smoothie Acrylic Paint with Journey Modeling Paste and applying to the Whip Cream 8.5 x 11 Cardstock with Vintage Screen- Stencil using the Spatula.  

The stamp set used was Hello Lovely. The bees were colored with Wink of Stella and a Wink of Luna.

Thanks for looking.