I couldn’t resist creating with the April Prima Build-a-Page Sketch, and I just happened to have the perfect photograph in my pile of recently printed photographs.
I smeared the white gesso onto the background over the two cream coloured mists, and them applied the two purple mists over this once dry. I like to apply gesso (and texture mediums) with a palette knife for an interesting texture, and I don’t particularly like washing out brushes. The gold lumiere paint was then squirted randomly over the page and left to dry naturally, as using a heat tool on paint makes it bubble and can alter the metallic properties of some paints.
The letter stickers were actually cream, until I misted them randomly with the two purple mists. You have to be very careful when misting products like this as they can come apart if you over-wet them or try to use them before they are completely dry. Be sure to always use a good quality glue (Tombow Mono-Multi) to apply dimensional stickers like this after misting them, as the original adhesive is compromised by the misting process.
Patterned paper, bling, stamps (script and flower), resin flowers, letter stickers and flowers – Prima
Other supplies – white gesso, glimmermist (latte, timeless lilac and fully purple),chalkboard mist (french vanilla), gold lumiere paint, pinecone versacolor inkpad, chocolate zig pen, timber brown stazon inkpad